Greece Sports Tour Confirmed
As part of the schools continuing efforts to broaden our students experiences, we are again running a sports tour. This time to Greece and 52 students will be representing the school in October 2018.
Years 9 and 10 respectively. We will be taking 3 teams from the representative year groups – a combined boys rugby team, a combined girls football team and a combined netball team.
The sports tour aims to provide both physical challenges and a fabulous experience for the students offering opportunities for team building and a chance to immerse themselves in the local culture.
The trip will include:
• Return flights to Athens
• Resort Transfers
• 4 Nights Full Board Accommodations
• Assistance in Resort
• Training Sessions
• 2 Fixtures against local opposition
• Use of Sportscamp Facilities
• Day in Athens with a tour of the Panathenaic Stadium, Karaiskaki Stadium and the Olympic Athletic Centre of Athens (OAKA)
The tour will be organized by Activ4 School Tour Specialists (www.activ4.com) who the school has toured with in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015.
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