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Hornchurch 2025 Ski Trip: Val Cenis

14/02/25 - 21/02/25

Embark on an exciting trip to the alps for a fantastic week of skiing at the stunning and snow-sure resort of Val Cenis in France! 

Hornchurch High School 2025 Ski Trip: Val Cenis
Embark on an exciting trip to the alps for a fantastic week of skiing at the stunning, protected and snow-sure resort of Val Cenis in France! Trip Dates 15/02/25 - 22/02/25

How To Book A Place

Booking will close on 15/03/2024, places will be offered on a first come first serve basis in order of paid deposits. 

  1. Click “reserve your place” 
  2. Enter a parent/guardian’s information and details of the child traveling.
  3. Pay the first part of your deposit.
  4. Pay the second part of the deposit, a link will be sent for this once booking closes.
  5. Keep up with the below payment schedule to confirm your place, with payment links sent to your email for each payment one month before it is due. 

Please contact if you require assistance. 

Total Cost £1,285, damage deposit returned within 14 days of arrival back in the UK. 

Deposit Part 1£10015/03/2024
Deposit Part 2£10019/04/2024
First Payment£15014/06/2024
Second Payment£15014/07/2024
Third Payment£15014/08/2024
Fourth Payment£15014/09/2024
Fifth Payment£15014/10/2024
Sixth Payment£15014/11/2024
Seventh Payment£18514/12/2024
Damage Deposit*£10031/01/2025
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Trip Itinerary

Frequently Asked Questions

The total journey time will depend on traffic and reliable running of the ferry across to Calais. It will likely be a 2 journey to board the ferry, a 1h 30m ferry to Calais and a 10 hour drive from Calais to Val Cenis. 

Lessons will usually be for 2 hours in the morning, and 2 hours in the afternoon. Group sizes will differ depending on ability, we always aim for a ratio of no more than 10 students to one instructor. 

Yes, Snowboarding is an option! However, it is not normally suitable for snowboarders and skiers to mix in the same lesson, so you will need enough students wanting to snowboard of a similar level to create a group. 

Extremely, the snow record is exemplary!  Not only is Val Cenis north facing, but benefits from a unique feature that the locals call the “Lombard” – a wind which blows additional snow through from Italy. 

Skis or snowboards are provided, as well as boots, poles and helmets. Warm clothing and ski specific jackets and trousers are not provided and each student will need to bring their own. We will provide a full packing list in the build up to the trip.

The trip has 46 places and is expected to sell out. 

A total of 4 teachers will be traveling with the trip. 

We offer full working hours support for parents in the build up to a trip, as well as 24 hour support when a trip is away. You can contact us here.