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Welcome – 2012 Snowsport Holidays

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Spending money

  • School will operate a school bank

  • Maximum of £100 to be changed prior to travel into euros

  • The bank will operate on an evening where students are allowed to withdraw money for the following day

  • This keeps money safe and locked away and also ensures your child does not spend it all at once!

  • Money will be required for some evening activities, sweets and food and presents

  • We advise that your child has some money on their person for the journey

  • It is parents choice how much money your child brings

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  • There will be in total 7 adults from BBEC accompanying the ski party

  • 5 of these are teachers of which there is a first aider

  • Along with two PE students teachers

  • Miss Jones, Mr Bailey, Miss Monks, Mr Wilson, Mr Jenkins, Miss Warner and Mr Beenham

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  • For your information, information about tonight and the trip will be available on the BBEC website by next week

  • You can also look on the TGM website for information regarding insurance etc

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House keeping

  • Paperwork – please return all outstanding paperwork to Mrs Duggan as soon as possible so the group passport can be ordered

  • Attention is drawn to the payment plan, all payments must be paid in full by the beginning of January

  • Behaviour contract

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  • Valuable items

  • Journey – entertainment

  • Meals on route

  • Times and itinerary

  • European Health Insurance Card

  • Ski fitness

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Ski Tour 2012

Broughton High School - Easter 2012

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Ski Tour 2012

Easter Friday 30 March – Saturday 7 April 2012

Zistelberghof Hotel, Werfenweng, Austria

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Tour Organisation 2012

The holiday is organised through the Ski Company ‘ TGM Snowsports’ which is a fully bonded organisation with a track record of running school and college adventure holidays.

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Ski Leadership

  • The Ski Leadership and Instruction will be provided by a combination of our own team of staff in conjunction with local ski school.

  • TGM staff are qualified teachers / youth workers / Alpine Ski Leaders / British Association of Snowsport Instructors / Professional Ski Instructors of America qualified

  • All those responsible for groups are qualified Alpine Ski Leaders or Nationally approved Snowsports Instructors

  • All have extensive experience of leading ski groups and introducing skiing to young people.

  • All are qualified First Aiders

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Some of The TGM Team

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The Transport

Coaches– The group will be collected from school and returned to school. TGM Snowsports operates only high specification coaches and the coach operators must adhere to the strict safety regulations regarding Drivers' hours as laid down by the DOT. All coaches will be equipped with - toilet / wash-hand basin, dvd, stereo and PA system, reclining seats with seat belts and a drinks machine. Coaches will, where necessary, carry snow chains. Coaches have full breakdown cover and international rescue for both the vehicle and occupants.

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  • Luggage space will be at a premium as the coach will be full.

  • Luggage will be limited to

  • one medium size SOFT holdall

  • one SMALL bag of hand baggage – sandwiches, drink, iPod, books, magazines etc for the journey




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Easter 2012

The trip will be based at the Zistelberghof Hotel, Werfenweng.Located around one hour south of Salzburg and is a high standard, family run hotel.

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The Ski Area

Werfenweng & Sportwelde Amede

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The Ski Day

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The Ski Day

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The Ski Day

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The Ski Day

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Evening Entertainment

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Ski Equipment

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Yuk!!!! - Ski Equipment!

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Protective Headgear now legal requirement in Austria for young persons

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Ski HelmetsSki helmets used to be the butt of many jokes. Now they are hip, comfortable and could save you from serious injury. Helmets are also much warmer than the average cap or hat. How to buy a ski helmet - 1. Look for a helmet model you like. Some helmets cover the ears and others have ear flaps, and they come in a variety of hues from gray to neon yellow. 2. Measure your head. Wrap a measuring tape around your head directly above your ears and forehead.

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Protective Headgear

The main current norms regarding alpine helmets are CE-EN 1077 and ASTM F-2040. Only helmets answering to these norms ensure a real protection. In Europe, to conform to the EPI guideline (individual protection equipment), alpine helmets must be validated according to the CE-EN 1077 by an accredited European laboratory (i.e.: TÜV).

Take a look at -

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Snowboarding !

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Ski Equipment

Progressive Awards

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Progressive Awards

Can be used to support both GCSE and A level PE and the holiday can be used as part of the video assessment.

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Progressive Awards

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Day 1 – Fri – Early depart from school to catch the channel ferry crossing from Dover. Continue by coach with comfort stops en route.

Day 2 – Sat – Mid day arrival in resort. Check in to rooms. Collect ski hire equipment. Hot dinner and welcome meeting.

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Day 3-7 - Skiing each day and apres-ski organised in the evening.

Day 8 – Vacate rooms after breakfast and load coach. Depart for skiing returning to the hotel via ski hire. Early evening dinner in the hotel. Depart by coach for Calais journeying overnight with comfort stops en route.

Day 9 – Sat – morning short sea crossing and arrival home during the early evening – approx 1900h.

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Important Reminders

The importance of contracts and filling in ‘standard’ formsDo’s and don’tsThe importance of EU Medical Insurance CardPassport necessitiesSpending money (The Euro)

Medical & Travel insurance – included within the cost of the holiday. Parents & Guardians please visit for full details and to download a pdf version.

Cover does not apply -A) At the time of taking out this policy:

1 Any Medical Condition You have or have had for which: a) symptoms or diagnosis has occurred within the last 12 months or b) there has been a change in treatment (including medication, dosage, surgery, tests, investigations or diet) in the last 12 months

2. Any Medical Condition where You, a Close Relative or a Close Business Associate is waiting for an operation, hospital consultation (other than for regular check ups), or other hospital treatment or investigation. 3. Any Medical Condition where You, a Close Relative or a Close Business Associate has, within the last 6 months, been seen by a specialist (other than for regular check ups), had an operation or other hospital treatment or investigation.4. Any Medical Condition where You, a Close Relative or a Close Business Associate have received a terminal prognosis.5. Any Medical Condition where You, a Close Relative or a Close Business Associate have not had a diagnosis.6. Any circumstances You are aware of that could reasonably be expected to give rise to a claim on this policy. B) At any time: 1. Any Medical Condition You have in respect of which a Medical Practitioner has advised You not to travel or would have done so had You sought his/her advice.

2. Any Medical Condition for which You are travelling with the intention of obtaining medical treatment (including surgery or investigation) or advice outside of the United Kingdom or within the Channel Islands. 3. Any Medical Condition for which You are not taking the recommended treatment or prescribed medication as directed by a Medical Practitioner.

4. You travel against any health requirements stipulated by the carrier, their handling agents or other public transport provider.

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Important Reminders

  • Ski Fitness

  • Meetings

  • Dry / Artificial slope skiing – TGM follow us on facebook for updates

  • Final itinerary

  • The value of ski holidays

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Facebook – TGM Holidays

Search for TGM Holidays and follow us!

As we are a young and vibrant company we do have a presence on Facebook.This is moderated by us and we will post updates of Holidays, Artificial slope skiing, lessons and visits.

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And Finally……..



Skiing is It’s also Very If you follow the rules.

Our ski trip is based on the principles of safety, enjoyment and learning

Do it right and you willhave the time of your life !

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