Although most teachers and parents recognise that residential courses offer children and young people invaluable experiences, we understand that many are concerned about organising such trips in the current social climate. We understand these concerns and have done everything we can to ensure schools are given every support throughout the process.
What will my child need?
- Please ensure you’r child’s name is on every item of clothing.
- Night clothes, toilteries and a towel.
- Spare clothes including a warm jumper and anorak or raincoat.
- Trainers or suitable shoes for walking.
- Pencil and notebook (for coursrs only)
Your child will NOT need...
A sleeping bag, the Sleepover provides bedding
Personal belongings. We advise that your child does not bring any expensive personal belongings with them eg ipods/smart phones/video games. The Sleepover is not responsible for any personal items.
Where will my child be sleeping?
Our bedrooms sleep up to 6 people. There is en-suite facilities and central heating in all rooms.We ensure that your child knows where to find help during the night.
What if my child has any special dietary requirements?
The Sleepover provides three meals a day – breakfast, lunch and supper. The Wales Millennium Centre are responsible for our catering service, therefore if your child has any special requirements eg nut allergy, gluten free diet, dairy free, please inform us two weeks prior to their visit in order for us to arrange a suitable mennu. Please remember to also note this on the Health Certificate. Vegetarian options are available.
What if my child has a problem during their stay?
A member of Urdd staff is present 24 hours during your child’s stay. Therefore if your child has any problems or concerns staff will be on hand to deal with any issues promptly.