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Ardmay House International Summer School Scotland

What to Bring

Below you will see a detailed kit-list of what to bring to Ardmay House International Summer School.

For lessons, evening activities and excursions, we recommend casual clothes. For afternoon activities, we ask that you bring old, comfortable clothes. All specialist clothing and equipment is provided.

Once a week, we are able to wash clothes in the laundry. If your child wishes to use the laundry, please label their clothes with their name.

Bed linen and towels are provided.

Upon arrival, passports and travel documents are collected by the Course Director and are locked away until departure day. We are also able to look after pocket money which is kept in a safe and collected at specific times during the week.


Below you will find a detailed Kit List of what you need to bring to Ardmay House International Summer School

Please pack the following items:

Casual clothes for lessons and evening activities (e.g. jeans, t-shirts, jumpers)

Older casual clothes for adventure activities (e.g. tracksuit, hooded jumpers)

1 set of smart clothes

1 good pair of trainers/comfortable shoes

1 old pair of trainers

Underwear

Pyjamas

Slippers

Swimwear

 

Waterproof jacket

Laundry bag

Insect repellent

Sun protection cream

Wash kit

Personal medication (if required)

Disposable camera

A small dictionary/phrasebook

If you would like your clothes to be washed in the laundry, please label them clearly with your name.

We provide towels and bed linen.

Please be aware that clothes worn on adventure activities may well get wet and muddy. Old clothes are ideal. Jeans are not suitable for outdoor adventure activities.

Please ensure that luggage does not exceed the maximum luggage limit put in place by the airline. Also make sure that luggage is clearly labeled with the name of the student and our address.


Please do not bring:

Valuable personal items e.g. MP3 Players/iPods, hand held computers, expensive cameras
Too much money
Pen knives
Lighters & matches
Food - You get plenty!


Pocket Money

As the course is all-inclusive, we do not recommend that students bring a lot of pocket money. All they need is some money for sweets from the tuck-shop (maximum spend of £2.00/day) and any presents/souvenirs that they may wish to buy. We recommend around £40 pocket money per week.