No! We are so busy having fun that we don’t have time for visitors.
The hotel is securely locked and we have staff on duty all night.
There is staff on each floor and the children are made aware of where to find them at any time.
We have qualified staff in first aid and a hospital very close by.
All medication must be handed in clearly marked with instructions to be administered. If a child needs any medical treatment during their stay you will be contacted before it is administered.
We have first aid qualified staff, and also a qualified member of staff dedicated to looking after unwell children. She is the children’s “second mum” at the camp and will contact you if to discuss your child’s health.
No, we actively discourage electronics, and the children are so tired from all the fun and activities they do in the day they will not need help to sleep, they are welcome to bring a book.
You can call them between 6 and 7 pm everyday except Thursday, when we have campfire. If you need to speak to them at any other time you can call Jenny on 99366637 and she will arrange it.
They can bring a mobile but it must be always kept in their room and we ask you to respect bedtimes so as not to disturb the other children in the room.
If there is a strong reason why they can’t hike of course they don’t have to do it, but they will be missing out on a wonderful experience and the hikes are all age-appropriate. We do encourage the children to take part in all the activities, so they get the full enjoyment of the holiday.
Only the OJ’s, Grade 9, need a sleeping bag which we can provide if you don’t have one.
To get the full enjoyment from the camp it is best to participate in everything.
The food is very child friendly, but we cater to all dietary requirements and all the children have to do is check the menu and then ask for an alternative if there is a problem.
Our refund policy is on the website.
The teams are made up by mixing the children from each room so they make new friends. There is plenty of free time and when the teams are altogether, so they are with their friends most of the time.
All our rooms are for four children so depending on numbers there is a chance they will be sharing with children they haven’t met before, but Club Jubilee is all about making new friendships!
Do we have to come with our own age group if we have no friends in that group, but we have friends coming from other age groups?
It is always advisable to come with your own age group as the activities are tailor-made to suit the age.
The staff with the younger age groups are mostly bilingual in English and Greek. The camp language is English and it is a great way to improve language skills. However, they do need to be able to understand and communicate in basic English.
The children have an allocated shower time every day.
The children are encouraged to keep their room tidy and a hotel staff member cleans the room and the bathroom every day.
Unfortunately not. We have a very high demand, so this gives all the children a chance to come on holiday.
We encourage healthy eating and have a very balanced menu. So, unless it is for a medical reason, we prefer you do not send extra food. Especially junk food!
Yes, we have a zero-tolerance policy.
The children have free time at breaks in both the morning and afternoon, at lunch time and before and after dinner.
No, but it is always encouraged as they do such fun activities.