22www.rockleyadventure.com 01202 677 272School & Group Activity Trips 2011Inspiring Healthier Livesthe choice is yours...BreakfastCereals - Rice pops, honey pops, muesli, oat bran, bran flakes.Drinks - apple juice, orange juice, pineapple juice, tea, coffee, milk.Others - Baguettes, toast, jam, honey, cheese, marmite and cold meats.LunchBuffet selection of cold meats,cheeses, fish, salad, pasta,rice, potatoes, dressings with a choice of yoghurts, cakes and pastries or fresh fruit.DinnerA choice of two dishes of meat, fish or a vegetarian option (for specified vegetarians only). Dishes such as Lasagne, Tagliatelle, Enchiladas, curries, cottage pies with vegetables.Light desserts including yoghurts and fresh fruit."I loved the Buffet lunches""Baguette every day!""Loads of fresh fruit""I even tried seafood . and I loved it!"Three healthy balanced meals a day; breakfast, lunch and dinner, freshly prepared by our onsite chef. We ensure that all our guests get provided with their five-a-day and are well fed to re-fuel after a full day of outdoor activities. At Rockley Adventure the only food choice is a healthy choice. Our alfresco dining area makes a positive contribution to the dining experience. The meal times are an important social aspect to the trip. At Rockley Adventure we ensure there is adequate time available to eat their meal and chat about the activities and learning that the children have experienced in the day.Healthy eating contributes significantly to the lives of children and young people.
23www.rockleyadventure.com 01202 677 272School & Group Activity Trips 2011living & sleepingCamping is fun... and children love camping! A trip with Rockley Adventure means getting the most out of outdoor living, with 'alfresco' meals, plenty of fresh air with space and freedom to relax. All your pupils are grouped in their accommodation according to their age and sex. Pupils, accompanying adults and our staff all eat together in our communal area, which provides a convivial setting for socialising.Residential activity trips provide an opportunity to gain experience of living away from home and the necessity to develop key personal qualities such as self-reliance and increased independence. camping trips have become increasingly popular as people put civilization behind them to enjoy the best that the countryside has to offer. The children benefit from the space and serenity of living closer to nature in a high-quality camping environment.Our four lakeside centres in southwest France are on 3 and 4 star campsites where we have our own area for our tent villages. Our villages are made up of 4 to 8 chalet-style tents, which sleep, on average, 6 children. Each tent has electric lights, metal frame beds, mattresses, curtains and, for added safety, a personal alarm. As Group Leader, your tent will also have a cooker, fridge, cooking utensils and some refreshments to welcome you on arrival. It will be sited a short distance from your group's village.At our UK centre, Rockley Point, your group will be in bunk accommodation. Each room can sleep up to 6 pupils and has its own bathroom. Group Leaders also sleep in shared accommodation.