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We had a brilliant time skiing and myself, mum, Leanne and Luke thought that you were brilliant instructors, in fact the best that we have experienced in a ski resort.
Claire Nutter


Confirmed Group Lessons

Just published on our Confirmed Courses page – a list of ski courses already confirmed to run this winters season. All of these ski lesson groups currently have availability.

Group Lessons w/c 3rd March

Anyone visiting Les Gets w/c 3rd March and looking for group ski school may be interested to know that we have just set up an adult intermediate course 3×2 hrs with spaces available. For more details visit If you are interested in booking please contact Babs either by phone/email or using our enquiry form! These are Continue reading →

Private Lessons?

Private lessons are a very popular option for clients booking with the British Ski Schools in Les Gets & Morzine. They offer greater flexibility for people keen to get the most from their ski holiday. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of booking ski school this way: Pros: You can request the instructor Continue reading →

Group Lessons

Group Lessons are by far the most economical way for most people to learn to ski. Here are some of the pros & cons of group lessons to help you decide if it is the way forward for you: pros: less expensive than private lessons, group ski lessons can represent excellent value for money group Continue reading →

Half Term in Les Gets & Morzine

The half term holidays are historically the busiest two weeks of the ski season and all the ski schools are choc-a-bloc, frustrating for anyone who has made a last minute holiday booking! FYI this week we have a couple of spaces available at the end of this week for private lessons on Thursday & Friday Continue reading →

Why Separate Adults & Children In Lessons?

In ski school in Les Gets, when a child is about 12 we deem them mini-adults and give them the option of joining either group. This will depend on the child, as some 11 year olds are more mature and so happier in adult’s lessons whilst others still think as “kids” and best off in Continue reading →