Safety and supervision in Nice
An activities team, on hand 24/7 Upon arrival, students are greeted at Nice Airport, Antibes train station or campus reception.
From that moment on, the activities team is on-hand 24/7
Throughout the stay and right up until departure, the activities team supervise kids and teens and remains on-hand 24 hours a day.
24-hour animation team
Our group leaders are the main contacts for our students and the activities team ensures everyone is fully inducted into this little society that is the campus or a school on arrival.
The activities team, with its hands-on approach, its joie de vivre and the sense of security it instills in young people is a key factor in the success of the stay.
On our campuses we have a robust organizational structure that meets specific standards:
A Center Manager (Coordinates all staff)
A Teaching Department Head (Manages the teaching team)
An Activities Manager (Manages the activities team)
A Deputy Activities Manager (The Activities Manager's deputy)
Wardens in the boarding house in the day-time when boarders are there and at night.
Beyond the requirements of the license awarded by the French authorities for our supervision and our facilities for minors, we take great care in monitoring the coming and goings of kids and teens.
Strict control of all outings!
Activities teams record students as they arrive and leave and ensure that parental permissions are enforced and that everyone gets back safely without leaving anything to chance
At night the supervisors, managers and activity leaders, sleep on-site whilst night wardens are on duty by 7.30 pm.
Parental permission to leave the premises
• 13-14 year-olds
Students are automatically given permission to leave the premises after lunch (1.30 pm) until the start of dinner (7.30 pm).
• 15 year-olds
Students can go out until 10 pm with parental permission.
• 16-17 year-olds
Parents can give permission for students to leave the premises unaccompanied until 12.30 am.
Parents are immediately notified if the curfew is not respected and the school reserves the right to keep the students back if necessary.