We provide a caring
service ensuring all students are met on their
arrival at Nice airport or Monaco station and subsequently
dropped off on their departure.
Arrival at the Centre
On their arrival at the
centre, the students are greeted at the reception for check-inn
in order to hand over documents and a part of their pocket
We also provide students with their room key, their own
personal card fort the centre, a folder containing important
information, the rules and regulations for the centre and a
timetable listing the programme of events for the following
week. They are then allowed to settle into their rooms and
they are invited to go on a tour of the centre with a member
There is a welcome
barbecue on Sunday evening on the terrace following
an introduction to members of staff, where students are also
briefed on important information relating to their stay.
Each student is also offered the chance to meet with
a team leader individually on Monday morning
following the French test to discuss any queries or problems
and also to give us the opportunity to get to know each and
every student personally.
Accommodation and Catering
The rooms are ensuite and
have between 3 to 5 beds and wardrobe space. The
self-service cafeteria provides generous and well balanced
Being secure, the pocket
money is given out 3 times a week in the afternoon: Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Each week: the laundry is
collected Sunday morning, and returned Wednesday afternoon.
The laundry must be endued with a label. Do not give too
delicate clothes to launder.
First Aid is on hand at
reception where members of staff in possession of their
First Aid Certificate (AFPS) take care of all minor injuries
under supervision by the management at the school. In cases
of illness or more serious injury, a doctor of Monaco would
be called in to intervene. The nearest hospital is only 1
kilometre away situated in Monaco.
Nota Bene: The medical form which you receive on
enrolment must be carefully completed and returned to the
centre before your child’s stay.
The Centre is a
secure area, in 3 hectares of nature; access is
supervised 24 hours a day. Students can move around freely
and safely. The guardians control the authorized outings in
the afternoon, by the required presentation of the school
For the protection of young minors (health and safety and
risk of fire) smoking is strictly forbidden in
schools in accordance with French law. This visit
is authorized by the Youth and Sports Ministry