Year 6 Trip to France June 2017

School journey meeting
There will be a school journey meeting on Tuesday 6th June at 3.45 pm in the school hall. You will have an opportunity to learn more about our trip to France, meet the teachers who will be going and ask any questions regarding the trip. Your child is more than welcome to join you. If for any reason you are unable to attend the meeting, please make sure another adult is present to give you all the information you will need.

Important information
To ensure we have all the relevant documentation, we will be asking you to complete the following forms. Please bring these completed forms with you to the meeting:

• Parental Agreement form, including updated medical information
• Personal Information form, including contact details and dietary requirements
• Spending money: please bring a maximum of 25 Euros in small notes or coins if possible, in a small named purse/wallet. Spending money will be collected at the meeting and stored in the safe until departure

Please answer all the questions on the form – if not applicable please record n/a.

Please find useful information to help prepare for our trip to France below. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting on Wednesday 25th May 2016 at 4pm.

Clothing list – what to bring

Le Chateau de Broutel booklet 2015

Itinerary – France June 2017


Itinerary – for France 16th June 2017
School journey meeting and info letter 6th June1 (1)
Clothing list – what to bring



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