The final itinerary has been uploaded to the website now. There are a few minor changes so please spend five minutes and read it thoroughly.
There will be a parents’/carers’ information evening on Tuesday 10 November at 6.30pm, in Braintree Arts Theatre, when a short presentation will give you details of the trip to Austria. With Christmas fast approaching, you will be told what kit is needed for the trip as there are a few things that would make good Christmas presents.
Final reminder for everyone!
The Ferry Group list is now online - click here to find out what group you are in. Remember that this is not your Skiing Group - that will depend on experience and ability and may change throughout the week. Your Ferry Group won't change.
We were up bright and early ready for the first lift at 9am. All those that had been only on the dry slope made their way over to the nursery slopes and after a few short runs managed to get on the button lift. They did so well that we managed to get them all up to the top of the mountain before lunch, something we have never done before. All managed to get back down to the restaurant for lunch some later than others. There were some very relieved and hungry students, (and a boiled egg aka Erin!) most were still smiling!
The final itinerary for the 2015 Ski Trip is now available on our website.
There is a lot of really important information in it so please take a few minutes to read it thoroughly.
CALLING ALL NOTLEY STUDENTS!
There will be an important ski meeting on Wednesday lunch time 3 Feb, in the Gym. Please be there at the start of lunch 1.35pm
The ferry groups for the 2016 Ski Trip have now been published.
Please make sure you know what group you are in as you will be asked to get into your ferry groups a lot during the trip.
Ok Folks - that's ALL the photos from Ski Notley 2015 on Facebook and the Ski Notley Website. Hope you enjoy looking at them as much as we all enjoyed taking them.
Well the first day couldn’t have been more different to last year! Everything ran on time, Dover was actually open, the ferry crossing didn’t resemble a scene from Deadliest Catch and the coach was the most comfortable we’ve ever had.
Top group were black running and pole planting in preparation for the GCSE and A-Level assessments. They skied all around the mountain on blues, reds and blacks and had fun on the bumps with a few wipe-outs.