Dear Parents,

We would like to give you some final recommendations to prepare your children for their arrival. For some of them, this will be their very first Summer Camp experience, so we want to make sure that everything is perfectly organized to make their experience as pleasant as possible.

In order to have the most relevant information possible, please refer to the tab corresponding to your child’s type of pension.

BOARDERS

1/ We ask that boarders arrive on campus on Sundays between 4:00 and 5:30 pm.
Upon arrival, students will meet their supervisors. The meal will be served at 6pm. Once finished, students and supervisors will be dropped off at their respective dorms, where they can settle in and get to know their roommates. If your children have cell phones, please note that they are taken at bedtime (9:30 or 10:00 pm depending on age) so that the students can rest in the best conditions. (They are returned the next morning, and taken back at class time)

2/ If your child needs to be picked up and/or dropped off at the TGV station / Airport, please make sure you have filled out the transportation form AT LEAST 2 weeks before arrival.

3/ The safety of your children being our priority, we thank you to indicate us, by return of e-mail,
Any new medical condition / allergy / treatment / specific diet that you have not already transmitted in the registration form (thank you to attach the prescriptions in case of current treatment, or the medical protocols for allergies & asthma).

If you have declared a food allergy for your child when filling out their registration form, please note that all meals are prepared on site in our kitchen. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the absence of traces or cross-contamination of any food.
If your child has a serious allergy and reacts to the smallest traces, we advise you to prepare medication (and/or epipen) to avoid any risk. Please make him/her aware of the importance of keeping these medications with him/her at all times.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to have more information.

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4/ In order to ensure that they have all the necessary conditions to progress in class, don’t forget to provide them with a notebook and a pencil case. The French test (or English as a foreign language if your child is coming to learn English) can be taken up to two weeks before the beginning of the course. After that, the groups will already be formed and your child’s level will be evaluated the first few days.

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5/ In order not to forget anything when you pack your child’s suitcase, you can take inspiration from our Trousseau. Please note that we provide sheets but not towels. Pocket money is not necessary, but if you wish to leave some for your child, it is possible to leave it with us upon arrival. If your child has a tennis racket and would like to use it during the course, he/she can bring it. Students will have access to the locker rooms to change after morning classes if needed. It is also possible to come directly to class in sportswear.

Our dry cleaner picks up the students’ dirty laundry on Monday and brings it back on Friday. It is therefore only useful for students staying more than 2 weeks, and will not be automatically offered to other students.
For Football Camp students, please bring a pair of cleats and shin guards. The rest of the clothing will be provided by the ZE Football Academy on Monday morning before the first practice. (if you have taken the dry cleaning option, the uniform will be washed every day)
For Tennis Camp students, please bring enough sportswear for one week and your racquet.

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6/ Please use the school’s phone number whenever possible: 04 42 240 340. However, if you need to contact the IBS Camp team outside of school hours, you can contact a member of the team:

Camp 1 (27/06 – 16/07) :
Jean-Davis LACOMBE (+33 6 40 13 07 57)

Camp 2 (17/07 – 06/08) :
Sophie MARET (+33 6 49 71 85 69)

Camp 3 (07/08 – 27/08) :
Léa PHILIPPE (+33 6 17 33 42 82)

Camp Coordinator :
Romane ANDRÉ (+33 6 89 95 31 59)

Camp Director :
Lisa ORTOLA

7/ The departure of the camp is on Friday between 4pm and 6pm (or on Sunday between 4pm and 6pm if you have added an extra weekend).

8/ If you need an invoice, please let us know BEFORE the end of August.

Finally, to follow the adventures of your children, you can follow our facebook and instagram pages.

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DAY STUDENTS

1/ We ask students to arrive on campus on Monday between 8:15 and 8:45. At 8:50am we will take roll call to introduce each student to his or her teacher, who will show them to the classroom.

2/ The safety of your children being our priority, we thank you to indicate us, by return of e-mail,
Any new medical condition / allergy / treatment / specific diet that you have not already transmitted in the registration form (thank you to attach the prescriptions in case of current treatment, or the medical protocols for allergies & asthma).

If you have declared a food allergy for your child when filling out their registration form, please note that all meals are prepared on site in our kitchen. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the absence of traces or cross-contamination of any food.
If your child has a serious allergy and reacts to the smallest traces, we advise you to prepare medication (and/or epipen) to avoid any risk. Please make him/her aware of the importance of keeping these medications with him/her at all times.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to have more information.

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3/ In order to ensure that they have all the necessary conditions to progress in class, don’t forget to provide them with a notebook and a pencil case. The French test (or English as a foreign language if your child is coming to learn English) can be taken up to two weeks before the beginning of the course. After that, the groups will already be formed and your child’s level will be evaluated the first few days.

Please also note that we collect students’ cell phones before morning class and return them after afternoon activities. If you wish to reach your child, please call the school at 04 42 240 340

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4/ As their satisfaction is very important to us, we also want to offer them sports and artistic activities outside of class.
We recommend that you provide them with (please label everything with your child’s name)

  • a water bottle
  • a cap
  • a bathing suit / sunscreen / towel / goggles
    Classes end every day at 3:30 pm. You can pick up your children at this time. A snack is offered to students until 4pm. For those enrolled in the daycare, supervision is in place until 5:30 pm. Thank you for respecting this schedule.

For Football Camp students, please bring a pair of cleats and shin guards. The rest of the clothing will be provided by the ZE Football Academy on Monday morning before the first practice. Please bring a change of clothes and a shower if your child wishes to change before the afternoon session.
For Tennis Camp students, don’t forget your racket (if you don’t have one we have some on loan). Please bring a change of clothes and a shower if your child wishes to change before the afternoon classes.

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5/ If your child is registered for the school bus:

The bus picks up the children and drops them off at the Brossolette stop, next to the bus station, before the traffic circle.

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Departure at 8:40 – Return between 15:45 and 16:15
The bus (or mini-bus) will be recognizable by its IBS design.
If you have any problem to find the bus stop or the bus, please call this number : 06 89 95 31 59
You also have the possibility, on the first Monday, to drop your children directly at the school. In this case, please inform us, and as a general rule, inform us if your child does not take the bus at certain times of the week.

6/ If you need an invoice, please let us know BEFORE the end of August.

Finally, to follow the adventures of your children, you can follow our facebook and instagram pages.

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MORNING STUDENTS

1/ We ask students to arrive on campus on Monday between 8:15 and 8:45. At 8:50 am we will take roll call to introduce each student to his or her teacher, who will show them to the classroom.
Classes then finish at 12:15

2/ The safety of your children being our priority, we thank you to indicate us, by return of e-mail,
Any new medical condition / allergy / treatment that you have not already transmitted in the registration form (thank you to attach the prescriptions in case of current treatment, or the medical protocols for allergies & asthma).

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to have more information.

salle de classe Icône gratuit

3/ In order to ensure that they have all the necessary conditions to progress in class, don’t forget to provide them with a notebook and a pencil case. The French test (or English as a foreign language if your child is coming to learn English) can be taken up to two weeks before the beginning of the course. After that, the groups will already be formed and your child’s level will be evaluated the first few days.

Please also note that we collect students’ cell phones before morning class and return them after class. If you need to reach your child, please call the school at 04 42 240 340

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5/ If your child is registered for the school bus (only from aix to IBS):

The bus picks up the children and drops them off at the Brossolette stop, next to the bus station, before the traffic circle.

https://www.google.com/maps/@43.5228557,5.4424446,3a,75y,51.76h,72.11t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s3CFAXFwcrqwpAEG5CxEHfA!2e0!7i16384!8i8192

Departure at 8:40
The bus (or mini-bus) will be recognizable by its IBS design.
If you have any problem to find the bus stop or the bus, please call this number : 06 89 95 31 59
You also have the possibility, on the first Monday, to drop your children directly at the school. In this case, please inform us, and as a general rule, inform us if your child does not take the bus at certain times of the week.

6/ If you need an invoice, please let us know BEFORE the end of August.

Finally, to follow the adventures of your children, you can follow our facebook and instagram pages.

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The IBS Camp Team

IBS of Provence

stages@ibsofprovence.com
www.ibsofprovence-camps.com
(+33)442 240 340
500 rte de Bouc-Bel-Air, 13080 Luynes, France