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Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014 Saalbach - Austria. Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014. STAFF INFORMATION. Miss Hopkins Party Leader, First Aid qualified and has assisted on many school trips including the ski trip. Miss Lovell - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Jersey College for GirlsSki Trip 2014

    Saalbach - Austria

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014STAFF INFORMATIONMiss Hopkins Party Leader, First Aid qualified and has assisted on many school trips including the ski trip.Miss LovellParty Leader, First Aid qualified & has lead school ski trips previously.Miss LooseFirst aid qualified. Has also lead school ski trips previously.Miss DaviesFirst Aid qualified. Lead and also has assisted with school trips away.Mrs Foster Assisted with school trips.

  • Travel ArrangementsOutboundMeet Jersey Airport 06.30amDepart Jersey to Gatwick 08.00amDepart Gatwick to Saltzburg 11.50 Arrive Saltzburg 14.40Coach from Saltzburg to Saalbach 1/2hrs (approx) Get to resort around 17.00 Saturday 8th March 2014Please bring a packed lunch with you but not drinks

  • Travel ArrangementsInboundSaturday 15th March 2014Coach from Saalbach to Saltzburg 1/2hrs (approx)Depart Saltzburg to Gatwick 15.30Arrive Gatwick 16.30Depart Gatwick to Jersey 19.35Arrive Jersey 20.30Please could parents/guardians be at the airport on time for collection thank you.

  • HOTEL & RESORT INFORMATIONHOTEL: Haus Sonnegg RESORT:SaalbachPROPRIETER: Familie Fresacher-BichlerADDRESS: Schonleitenweg 82, 5753 Saalbach, Austria TELEPHONE: +43(0)6541/6489 emergencies onlyLOCATION: 3 minute drive from Saalbach centre & ski school.ROOMS: 4 6 bedded rooms, all en-suiteJersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014

  • ACCOMMODATION

    The Sonnegg offers a very good standard of accommodation for school groups. PGL has built up an excellent relationship with the Fresacher and Bichler families through many years and these friendly hoteliers provide a very warm welcome to groups. Rooms are large and recently refurbished with 4-6 bunks in each. All rooms are en-suite.

    FACILITIES

    An entertainment block with four areas is available for use. This includes: - A large games room with a pool table, dart board and table football. - A separate table tennis room. Groups should take their own bats and balls. - Internet area - A large entertainments room with a moveable stage and sound system, where groups can hold cabarets, fashion shows, presentations or other shows.

    There is also is a refurbished ski and boot room.

  • Saalbach/HinterglemmThe neighbouring villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm have always been PGLs most popular Austrian resort, with over 200km of piste and an excellent variety of slopes to suit all standards of skier. A superb lift system covers both sides of the Glemm Valley to form a large 'Ski Circus'. The area boasts some of the most reliable snow conditions in the country.

  • There are excellent runs for intermediates on beautiful tree-lined pistes and also on the open snowfields above Hinterglemm. Experts will find some steep and bumpy challenges, especially on the formidable Zwolfer run from the top of Hinterglemm at almost 2000 metres, down to the bottom of the valley.

  • Meanwhile, for beginners the nursery slopes are close to both village centres, with a range of good and easy runs higher up.

  • height of village - 1003mheight of top lift - 2096mnumber of marked runs - 200kmnumber of snowmaking facilities - 276 cannonsnumber of gondolas - 10number of chairlifts - 4number of draglifts - 7direction of slopes - N,S,E

  • What Should I Take?Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014ONE PIECE OF LUGGAGE SUITCASE OR LARGE HOLDALL MAX. 20kgsPlease check the weight before you get to the airport.

    ONE PIECE OF HAND LUGGAGE e.g. RUCKSACK, remember no liquids over 100ml in hand luggage.

    Please stick to the above limits they are very important and have been set due to airline requirements and space restrictions on coaches. PASSPORT

  • General KitJersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014WASH BAG shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, tooth paste, etc etc.TOWEL(s) not provided by the hotelBAG OF FUN SIZE CHOCOLATE BARS or ENERGY BARSHIGH FACTOR SUN CREAM the air is thin at altitude and on a sunny day you will burn!LIP SALVETHROAT LOZENGERS altitude can make your throat sore and bring on cold like symptoms.ALARM CLOCK DRINKING BOTTLE (to be refilled at the hotel)PENS/PENCILSPLUG ADAPTOR

  • Ski WearJersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014SKI JACKET x 1SALLOPETTES x 1 (or an all in one ski suit)SKI GLOVES x 1 SKI SOCKS x 3HAT x 1SKI GOGGLES x 1 (You must bring goggles)SUN GLASSES x 1POLO NECK JUMPERS x 3THERMALS VESTS / LONG JOHNS / THICK TIGHTSLIGHTWEIGHT FLEECES x 2SMALL RUCKSACK x 1SKI HELMET x 1 COMPULSORY

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014SKI HELMETS

    COMPULSORY for ALL

    Ski helmets are included in the cost will be fitted for it the same time as they are fitted for boots and skis.

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014Aprs Ski WearTROUSERS JEANS / CORDS / TRACKSUIT BOTTOMS (casual but presentable)JUMPERS e.g. fleece/sweat shirtsTOPSUNDERWEARSOCKS NIGHTWEAR/PJSTRAINERSWATERPROOF WALKING SHOES/BOOTS/MOONBOOTSRemember, it is not a fashion show. Bring sensible clothing leave your best gear at home!

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014Optional ItemsMP3/IPODCAMERABOOK(S)MAGAZINE(S)PUZZLE BOOKTRAVEL GAMESMOBILE PHONE pay as you go my not work! You will get charged roaming and it will be expensive. There will be pay phones that students can use.

    If a child chooses to bring any of the above items, they do so at their own risk. Staff will not be able to look after them. The above items should be clearly labelled with the students name.

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014MedicationIf your child needs to take any medication with them e.g. antibiotics, it needs to be CLEARLY labelled with the childs name & handed to Miss Hopkins at Jersey Airport with CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS. Thank You.Has your daughter been in hospital within six months of travelling?If so, PGL and us need to know.

  • EVENING ENTERTAINMENTJersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014Pocket MoneySuggested amount is 20 to 25 Euros per day.It is recommended that on the outward and inward journey, your daughter has some English Pounds too.We would like parents/guardians to place the pocket money into envelopes for each day, with the day/date, childs name and amount of money clearly written on the front.Pocket money will be distributed to students each day. They will be required to sign for it.All money and passports will be kept in a safe.

  • Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014Saturday 8th MarchMiss Hopkins10.00 & 25 EurosSunday 9th MarchMiss Hopkins25 Euros

  • THE TURKEY !THIS WILL BE AWARDED EVERY EVENING AND IT WILL HAVE TO BE WORN UNTIL THE NEXT EVENING.IT WILL BE AWARDED TO THE PERSON WHO IS DEEMED TO HAVE HAD THE FUNNIEST MOMENT OF THE DAY THE CLAP O METER WILL DECIDE!YES IT WILL HAVE TO BE WORN ON THE SLOPES!!Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014

  • To ensure the smooth running of the trip, the following guidelines are to be followed while we are away.Be polite to everyone, including drivers, instructors, hotel and restaurant staff and employees of the ski resort.No smoking and no alcohol.Pupils are not to leave the hotel unless with staff on an organized activity.Pupils must attend all meals. It is a time when the whole group is together and up to date information is given. Energy is also essential for skiing.Pocket money will be given out at a set time.Pupils must attend all ski lessons. Progress will be quick miss a lesson and you will be left behind.Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014

  • All illness and injuries should be reported to a staff member. All medication should be handed in and clearly labeled with name and details of medicines. When skiing; a) listen to your instructor, they are in charge. b) do not queue jump they are a necessary evil. c) NEVER ski alone or without supervision. d) take care of your boots, skis, poles & helmets. Pupils are expected to make their beds and keep their rooms tidy at all times, there will be a daily room inspection. Pupils should be quiet in their rooms, particularly at night once lights are out. You will need all your energy for skiing.Jersey College for Girls Ski Trip 2014