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Spanish & Tennis for Juniors in Alicante, Spain Spanish

Spanish

& Tennis Camp Spanish & Tennis lessons


i n d e x Junior courses in Spain 2009 JUNIOR PROGRAMS OVERVIEW CITY Alicante, Costa Blanca

ABOUT ZADOR SPANISH SCHOOL

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Overview

Cosy facilities in Alicante city centre.

SCHOOL In Alicante

SPANISH COURSES Spanish lessons

JUNIOR SUMMER CAMPS Tennis Summer Camp

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Tennis Lessons Tennis school Tennis Programme

ACTIVITY PROGRAMME Games & activities Cultural visits Excursions Sample Programme schedule

ACCOMMODATION Host family

TRANSFER From Alicante airport

INSURANCE Travel and accident insurance

PRICES Junior Package

NOTES AND CONDITIONS ENROLMENT & FORMS Enrolment Form Parental Permission Form

Active and communicative language lessons in mini-groups to learn to speak in Spanish.

9 Social, cultural or sports activities to enjoy your free time and excursions to get to know Spain.

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Spanish and Summer Camp for Juniors in Alicante in July and August.

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Students visiting Alicante City

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spanish & tennis for junior programmes overview 2, 3, 4, 6‌ up to 8 week Spanish courses plus Tennis with Spanish teens in July and August in Alicante. Spanish and Tennis for teenagers and youth students aged 14 to 17, combine Spanish language courses with Intensive Tennis Training in a Summer Camp or Tennis lessons, plus excursions and trips. Summer Immersion programs are the opportunity for youth students to learn Spanish in Spain and practice the Spanish language, as well as to discover a new culture and its customs, and make friends with other young people from around the world. Besides, studying Spanish abroad teenagers can improve their Spanish language skills to prepare future Spanish exams. Summer Spanish language programs for teens in Spain include special Spanish language courses for youth students, host family accommodation with full board (with 3 meals), activities, excursions and trips, transfer and insurance. Junior Programmes have a moderate level of supervision and the students will be expected to act mature and responsibly as, although they are accompanied at least the first day, they will NOT be constantly supervised (walking to class, going to the summer camp, shopping‌).

Junior Programmes Highlights  Programmes

for teens from 14 to 17 Summer Camp in the morning or Tennis lesson in the afternoon  3 Spanish lessons per day in the afternoon (usually from 16:00 to 18:30)  Full board host family accommodation  Cultural visits, trips and other activities  1 full day excursion per week (Valencia, Tabarca Island, Terra Mitica Amusement Park or Elche, depending on the week)  Local transports tickets  Transfer from Alicante airport  Insurance  Tennis

*Our Teen Spanish programmes also have an adult programme onsite, so it is possible for parents or other relatives to attend Spanish courses at the same school as the teen. Please ask us the adult Spanish programmes offered in our School in Alicante.

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alicante overview a mediterranean city

If diversity is what you are looking for in your Spanish immersion courses in Spain, you will find plenty of it in Alicante, in the Costa Blanca region. Alicante combines classicism with modernity, leisure with business, fun with study, and even mountain and beach. The richness of Alicante's history is preserved through its archaeological remains. The beauty of its monuments along with the charm of various festivities and cultural events held throughout the year increase the appeal of the city. The wonderful beaches and mild climate all year round make Alicante one of Spain’s most important tourist areas. All in all, Alicante is a Mediterranean city, with its beautiful beaches, its promenades, its restaurants, cafés and terraces, its nautical club... If you go up to the top of the hill of the Santa Barbara Castle, you will discover an unforgettable panoramic view of the most important monuments in Alicante: the church of Santa Maria, the Cathedral, the Town Hall façade, the monastery of Santa Faz, the San Fernando Castle and much more. Seeing all these magnificent monuments from above will invite you to go down the hill and walk along them. Along the streets, you will come across large and small palaces, as well as traditionally painted white, yellow and pink houses. Everything is illuminated by the blue light of the Mediterranean Sea and encourages you to continue walking around and discovering places. The widest avenues, such as La Rambla or Doctor Gadea will lead you to Alfonso X el Sabio Street with the Luceros on one side and the Central Market on the other, just opposite the School of Spanish.

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zador spanish school in alicante Zador Spanish language institute in Alicante occupies the first floor of a restored historical building, situated right in the Alicante city centre. Alicante Spanish school is at 14, AVENIDA DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN, near the corner of the Alfonso X el Sabio Street, between the Central Marketplace and the city’s Principal Theatre. The Spanish language centre is very well situated. It is 7-10 minutes on foot from the beach, in a very dynamic and commercial area of Alicante. The market, the theatre, the shops, cafés, restaurants and terraces create a lively atmosphere at any time of the day or night. The Spanish Alicante has:

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ƒ An spacious reception area, where you will find a sofa, armchairs and easy chairs to relax during the breaks between your Spanish lessons. Here you will also find a great deal of tourist information about Alicante as well as bulletin boards with the activities offered by Zador Spanish language school or events in Alicante and surrounding area. ƒ An office where there will always be someone to inform you and give all the information and support you need. ƒ A computer area, where you can send and receive your emails. ƒ 7 classrooms, each decorated in a different style: the glazed tiles class-room, the bay window classroom, the glass window classroom... all pleasant and welcoming, with video and audio equipment, where you will certainly enjoy working and learning Spanish. ƒ Free Internet access is available on the computers at the resource centre. ƒ Alicante Spanish language institute is equipped with air-conditioning. Smoking is not allowed in the language school. The Zador Alicante Spanish language school premises comply with all the legal requirements and are accessible to the handicapped.

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spanish lessons overview lessons in mini-groups

Our General Spanish immersion courses make use of an active, practical and communicative methodology to guarantee that students learn Spanish as fast and effectively as possible: With Zador Spanish language lessons: ƒ Students work on a variety of skills: Speaking and Fluency, Interaction, Listening and Reading Comprehension, Writing. ƒ There is a great focus on oral skills so that students develop an ability to communicate fluently, accurately and efficiently in Spanish language. ƒ Nevertheless, our Spanish lessons go far beyond that: they are an opportunity to learn about Spanish culture as well as a meeting point for people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures trying to find out more about Spanish habits, traditions, national celebrations (the “fiestas”) and ways of living in Spain. Our small-group Spanish lessons will: ƒ allow to get the most from our personalized teaching, ƒ facilitate active and dynamic participation in class, ƒ maximize the use of classroom interaction techniques, thus facilitating the ability to speak Spanish fluently. Spanish lessons last 45 minutes and in all the Junior Programmes students receive the book and lesson material.

Spanish lessons Highlights  Teaching

Spanish since 1990.  Active, communicative, efficient, and reliable teaching methodology.  A maximum of seven students per classroom.  Personal attention.  Level Test (written and oral test) on arrival.  Progress check test.  Free Internet access. WIFI area.  Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course.

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tennis summer camp ―

spanish and intensive tennis training 2, 3, 4… up to 8 week Tennis Summer Camp and Spanish lessons for teenagers from 14 to 17 years old in July and August in Alicante. To participate in the Tennis Camp the trainees must have an acceptable level to compete, must be people usually playing tournaments or registered in a club. The central point of the “Tournament Tennis Camp” will be the combination of training sessions, specially aimed at competition situations, with training support in national tournaments of all categories. If the students want to, they can take part in tournaments organised by some clubs of the province (Elche, Villajoyosa…) and/or they can also do it in the club itself that may organise 2 or 3 tournaments per month. The trainer accompanies the students, and the trip is included. The registration in the tournament is not included: approx. € 20 per tournament. Tennis Summer Camp includes: tennis instruction in a Tennis School to prepare participants for tournaments, from 10:00 to 13:30 (Monday to Friday, 17 hours per week) with Spanish teenagers. The distance from Alicante city centre to the Tennis School is covered by public transport and lasts approximately 10 minutes. It is also included in the price.  3 Spanish lessons per day from Monday to Friday in the afternoon (Usually from 16:00 to 18:30)  Full board host family accommodation  Cultural visits, trips and other activities, where the students will be accompanied by a group leader  1 full day excursion per week  Local transports tickets  Tickets for the museums, monuments, amusement parks…  Transfer from Alicante airport and insurance.

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spanish and tennis lesson This programme is also in July and August and is intended for students between 14 and 17 years old who want to start learning to play tennis or want to have less intensive Tennis training. They have free time every morning for shopping, going to the beach, cultural visits, going to the Spanish school to do homework…; 3 Spanish lessons in the afternoon, and at 19:00 or 19:30 (when it is not to hot), they have 1 tennis lesson per day from Monday to Friday. As in the rest of the Junior Programmes, students live in a family, with full board; visit the most interesting places and the museums in Alicante; have 1 full day excursion per week to Valencia or to Tabarca Island or to Terra Mitica Amusement Park or Alicante or Guadalest (depending on the week), are covered by insurance and they will be picked up at the Alicante airport.

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tennis school information premises of the tennis club

outstanding players

ƒ 60,000 m2 surface ƒ 21 tennis courts (17 clay courts, ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

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4 hard courts), 2 front tennis courts, 2 football pitches -7 (clay), 4 paddle courts A cardiovascular and muscle-building gym (200 m2 surface), A summer Olympic pool of 50 x 21 metres, and a second one for splashing. A TV-room and a reading-room (both with access to a terrace), A room for board games, Café and restaurant. Sports shop Match-1, A children’s area

In High Competition, some of the most outstanding tennis players of this tennis club have achieved excellent results during the last years, putting the club on the same level than the best centres in Spain. Besides Rubén Ramírez (best ranking, 69 ATP, 2003) and Santiago Ventura (best ranking, 70 ATP, 2005), the following players have also stood out: Iván Navarro 129 A.T.P. Juan Miguel such 486 A.T.P. Marcos Jiménez 513 A.T.P. Cristian Ramos Junior Champion of the Community of Valencia Laura Apaolaza Second place in the Spanish Championship (Age Category: 9-11) (e) Laura Revert Second place in the Spanish Championship (Age Category: 9-11) (e)

tennis school awards

In addition, the tennis club has also been granted with many awards: “Best Tennis Club, 1997” by the “Registro Profesional de Tenis España” (association of training professionals affiliated to the United States Tennis Registry), in recognition of “its work in research, development, and implementation of new teaching programmes a of the results achieves by its most outstanding players in the national and international scene.” Vinaroz, March 1998. “Best Sports School, 1999” Finalist in the “Sports Gala 1999” of the Provincial Council of Alicante. Alicante, February 2000. “Best Tennis School of the Community of Valencia, 1999” By the A.P.E./España (Spanish Association of Tennis Training). Gijón, March, 2000. “Best Spanish Tennis School, 1999” By the A.P.E./España 2000. Valencia, May, 2000. Special mention “Best Sports People Gala 2000” By the “Association of Sports Press of Alicante”. December, 2000. “Best Spanish Tennis Academy, 2000” By the “Spanish Tennis Registry” (R.P.T.E.). November, 2000 “Best Sport School, 2000”/2nd Place“Sports Gala 2000” by the Provincial Council of Alicante. Alicante, February, 2001.

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tennis summer camp ―

tennis camp for tournament: contents

ƒ The “Tennis Camp” is the perfect finishing for the annual programming of training for an advanced level player because, for 2, 4, 6 or 8 weeks, students can develop the technical and tactical skills they have acquired during the year in real competition situations. ƒ The central point of the programming of the “Tournament Tennis Camp / Summer 2009“ will be the combination of training sessions, specially aimed at competition situations, with training support in national tournaments of all categories. In this sense, the great variety of competitions in the summer calendar of the Alicante Province offers the participant students the possibility to play an official tournament every week of the tennis camp. ƒ Finally, the aforementioned central point completes with a series of theory lessons, alternative sports, and parallel activities integrating and perfecting the “stage” main objectives.

ƒ Tennis camp focused on a high frequency of training sessions -5 days per week, 3 hours 30 minutes per day-, with the main goal of establishing the acquired technical skills and of developing new ones. All this is carried out by means of a methodology that has been awarded the prize for ‘the best tennis school in Spain’ twice by the Registro Profesional de Tenis.

ƒ Participation in tournaments: If the students want to, they can take part in tournaments organised by some clubs of the province (Elche, Villajoyosa…) and/or they can also do it in the club itself that may organise 2 or 3 tournaments per month. The trainer accompanies the students, if this option is chosen, and the trip is included. The enrolment/registration in the tournament is not included: approx. € 20 per tournament.

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tennis school information complementary activities

Physical Preparation (morning) Daily physical preparation sessions with the aim of keeping the students’ physical conditions, as well as preventing injuries and preparing competitions with summer climatic conditions.

Theory lessons The objective of this theory lessons is to complement training, preparing the students appropriately for facing two months of intensive training. These lessons are programmed once per week, after the training session (afternoon or morning, depending on the programme) and include diverse subjects (psychology, biomechanics, tactics, and strategies)

Parallel activities (optional) Parallel activities are programmed for Friday mornings. They are included in the price of the “Stage” (except for riding and the ticket to “Terra Mítica”) and include:

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Golf: visit to the “Alicante Golf” course. Practical lessons taught by the Golf Mater, Antonio Cortés.

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“Paddle-tennis”: familiarisation day at the new club facilities

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“Beach Volley”: familiarisation day directed by the technical coach of the Alicante Beach Volley Club, Ángel Luengo.

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Horse Riding: introduction to horse riding taught by Andrés Kadri, sports director of the Alicante Riding Club.

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Visit to “Terra Mítica” or Aqualandia

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activity programme overview We know students want to learn Spanish but we also know that there are many other things surrounding the language that are important and interesting for them. Language, culture, monuments, gastronomy, the beach… After the Spanish lessons and during the weekend, all these things will make their stay the perfect language immersion. From Monday to Friday activities take approximately from 2 hours depending on the activity. On Saturday or Sunday, the full day excursion takes approx. 8 hours. When a ticket entrance or a transport is necessary, the price is included in the cost. Transport could be public or private (decision to be taken by Zador). A Zador leader will accompany students during the activities.

The activities below are a selection of the most interesting activities for the students; they change every week and students will take part in the activities planned during their stay. ―

cultural visits in Alicante ƒ Visit to the Santa Barbara castle in Alicante: One of the biggest medieval fortresses in Europe. It is located on the peak and hillside of the Benacantil Mountain, so, from its privileged position, you can see the entire Bay of Alicante. ƒ Concathedral of San Nicolás. ƒ Guided tour to the Archaeological Museum of Alicante (MARQ). ƒ Lucentum Archaeological Site. ƒ Bonfire Museum to know more about Fiestas in Alicante. ƒ Crib Museum.

amusement parks near Alicante ƒ Alicante - Terra Mítica: Half or full day excursion to Terra Mítica Amusement Park. ƒ Alicante - Terra Natura: excursion to Terra Natura, Animal Park. ƒ Half-day to Aqualandia, aquatic Park. ƒ Half-day to Mundomar, aquatic Park.

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activity programme overview excursions and trips

ƒ Elche - the greatest palm grove in Europe: Half-day excursion to Elche to see the greatest palm grove in Europe, World Cultural Heritage. ƒ Island of Tabarca: excursion on boat trip to the Island. ƒ Valencia, the City of Arts and Sciences: One-day excursion. ƒ Excursion to Calpe. ƒ Excursion to Jijona visiting the Museum of Turrón to discover how to do the most typical Spanish sweet for Christmas. ƒ Excursion to Villajoyosa excursion visiting the Chocolate Museum. ƒ Excursion to Canelobre Caves in Bussot, fantastic shapes sculpted into the rocks. ƒ Excursion to Altea, typical Mediterranean village.

tasting mediterranean cuisine

ƒ Tapas in a typical bar to taste typical Spanish dishes with the teacher. ƒ Dinner in a restaurant to taste the famous paella. ƒ Tasting day at the school to try Spanish omelette, horchata, turrón and other typical Spanish food.

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other activities

Clue game through the city. Games in the beach. Shopping afternoon. Open-air cinema in the evening

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sample programme schedule ―

tennis 1st week

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday

spanish lessons

Thursday Friday

10:00 – 13:30 Summer Camp: Tennis, Sailing, Windsurfing

Morning

Spanish lessons – Bonfire Museum

Tuesday

Spanish lessons – Beach or Film at the school

Thursday

10:00 – 13:30 Summer Camp

Day with the host family

Morning

Afternoon - Evening

Monday

Spanish lessons – Walking tour

Tuesday

Spanish lessons – Beach or visit to Santa Bárbara Castle

Wednesday

10:00 – 13:30 Summer Camp

Friday Saturday

Spanish lessons – Paella tasting Spanish lessons and Visit to the Lucentum archaeological site Spanish lessons - Shopping

Full-day trip to Valencia with tickets to the City of Arts and Sciences or to Elche visiting the biggest Palm forest in Europe

Sunday

4th week

Day with the host family

Morning

Afternoon - Evening

Monday

Spanish lessons – Crib Museum

Tuesday

Spanish lessons – Shopping at the supermarket and tasting day at the school with typical products of Alicante

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

transfer & insurance

Spanish lessons - Visit to the Archaeology Museum

Full-day trip to Tabarca Island or Mundomar or Aqualandia Open-air cinema in the evening

Thursday

Spanish lessons - Clue game through the city

Spanish lessons – Farewell party with typical Spanish meals for students with a 2 week programme

Sunday

host family stay

Afternoon - Evening

Monday

3rd week

Spanish lessons – Beach or shopping Day with the host family

Saturday

excursions & trips

Spanish lessons – Visit to Santa Bárbara Castle

Sunday

Friday

Spanish lessons - Beach or Board games at the school

Full-day trip to Terra Mítica Amusement Park or Terra Natura Park

Wednesday

cultural activities

Afternoon - Evening

14:00 – 16:00 Lunch with the family 8:30 – 9:00 16:00 – 18:30 Written and oral test. Spanish Breakfast lesson. 19:00 – 21:00 Welcome party: Tapas tasting 9:30 -10:00 with the teachers Time to go to the 21:00 Host Family Camp with a leader from Zador Spanish lessons – Guided tour of Alicante

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2nd week

Morning

10:00 – 13:30 Summer Camp

Spanish lessons – Shopping afternoon Spanish lessons – Beach or games at the school Spanish lessons – Farewell party

Farewell in the family and transfer to the airport

There might be some changes in the schedule and in the programme, depending on the Summer Camp, the weather, the festivities celebrated, and the concerts and shows organized in Alicante. Junior Programmes have a moderate level of supervision and the students will be expected to act mature and responsibly as, although they are accompanied at least the first day, they will NOT be constantly supervised (walking to class, going to the summer camp, shopping…).

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host family accommodation host families

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Living with a Spanish family is one of the best ways to get to know the country, including its culture and its people. It will also allow students to practice the Spanish language in a natural way. The majority of the host families are near the school, around 10 or 15 minutes walking. If students live more than 20 minutes walking, we provide them with bus tickets to go to the school. All the quarters of the city are connected to the centre by urban buses running every 10-15 minutes. The families are selected and visited regularly by our staff. In all of them, students will find a warm atmosphere that will help them get integrated into the family and city life very quickly. Families usually have children with asimilar age to the students. Students will have a single room or a twin room for friends or for two students from the same family coming together. The family provides the bed linen and towels, but they must bring their own towels for the beach. Students will have laundry once or twice a week and they should keep their room clean and tidy, and share the housework with the rest of the family. As in any family around the world, there are also a series of rules students must follow: be punctual to meal hours, let the host know if they are not having lunch or dinner at home, phone when arriving late... Students have to take into account that the house in Spain is considered a private family place and organising parties or dinners is not very frequent. Therefore, if students want to have a guest over, they should ask permission, keeping in mind that in most cases the family will not fancy the idea. All the students should arrive the evening before the beginning of the Spanish course and leave the accommodation the day after the end of the language course. Days before or after are considered extra nights.

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host family accommodation ―

full board with three meals Regarding the meals, students will have full board: ƒ Breakfast: Breakfast in Spain usually consists of juice or yogurt, hot chocolate, tea or coffee with milk, bread or biscuits, butter and jam or cereals. ƒ Lunch: During the week, from Monday to Friday students taking part in Tennis Camp receive usually a packed lunch with two sandwiches (“bocadillos”), fruit and drink, thus students can enjoy the beach or the swimming pool in the tennis school. On Saturday or Sunday (depending on the excursion planned for the weekend) lunch time in Spain is between 2.30 p.m. and 3 p.m. and it is the biggest meal during the day and it is usually the meeting the whole family. Students in the programme Spanish plus Tennis lessons will have lunch every day with the family around 14:00. ƒ Dinner is around 21:00 or 21:30 during the week and there is not a fixed time during the weekends. ƒ Special requirements: students with special dietary requirements should make a note in the enrolment. All junior students will receive a “Meal list” to choose their favorite dishes as a suggestion for the host family. One week before the beginning of the Spanish language course, students will be supplied with the information concerning the accommodation: host family address, names, ages, profession, hobbies of the family and an email to contact them before arrival just to introduce them.

some rules in the family Phone calls and Internet: Students must use calling cards. The family should be notified if students want to make reverse charge calls. To receive phone calls the limited time is around 10.30 p.m. Internet and phone access varies by family. Student expenses: Remember that the student should pay their own expenses on excursions, bars, restaurants, cinemas, cafés… We suggest around € 15 per day as pocket money.

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transfer from the airport a 24-hour pick-up service

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Alicante has excellent connections with other cities in Spain and Europe. The majority of the students arrive by plane. The Alicante airport (El Altet) is located 11 km from Alicante and it takes about 30 min from the airport to the city centre. There are domestic and international flights that connect Alicante to the main European and Spanish cities. Transfer service from Alicante airport, bus station or train station is included in the package price. A representative of the school will pick students up at the airport and bring them directly to their place of accommodation. Fill in the corresponding section in the enrolment form, specifying clearly the Airline, the flight number, the date and time of your arrival. Since Alicante airport is small, you will quickly see a person with your name that will be waiting for you when you exit the terminal. Zador Spanish school provides you a 24hour pick-up service from the airport to go directly to the accommodation. From 22:00 to 8:00 there is an extra cost.

medical and accidents insurance All the students are covered by a medical, accident and travel insurance: INSURANCE INCOMING PLUS, especially designed to cover contingencies in foreigners´ trips taken in Spain, is the most comprehensive and complete insurance on the market and recommended by the main receptive Travel Agencies. Includes 7 types of insurance in 1: Medical assistance, with the highest limit on the market for illness or accident, with repatriation and relocation for health to your country of origin; robbery of, search for and localization of baggage; loss of services previously contracted; delays of trip and baggage; accident while travelling 24 hours; civil liability and legal defence.

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tennis junior programmes prices d ti

Prices Starting dates

Spanish and Junior Summer Camps Spanish & Tennis lessons Spanish & Tennis

Training Summer Camp

Lessons Sport Activities 2 3 4 5 6 per day per day weeks weeks weeks weeks weeks

3 Spanish lessons per day in the afternoon (usually 16:00 - 18:30), textbook, sports activitities (between 3 and 4 hours in the morning depending on the activity in the summer camp), local transport tickets, full board host family stay with 3 meals, cultural visits, 1 full day excursion per week, arrival and departure transfer from the airport, and insurance. 29 June, 13 July, 27 3 lessons 1 tennis lesson 1,355 1,920 2,445 2,990 3,535 July, 10 August 29 June, 13 July, 27 July, 10 August

3 lessons

3 ½ tennis lessons: Intensive 1,680 tennis training

2,455

3,180

3,880

There are no bank holidays during July and August 2009.

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Extra nights: € 35 per day. Transfer service from 20:00 to 8:00: € 20 Waiting hour or fraction at the airport: € 21 Participation in tournaments: If the students want to, they can take part in tournaments organised by some clubs of the province (Elche, Villajoyosa…) and/or they can also do it in the club itself that may organise 2 or 3 tournaments per month. The trainer accompanies the students, if this option is chosen, and the trip is included. The registration in the tournament is not included: approx. € 20 per tournament.

price does not include ƒ Extra food or beverages in competitions, at the school or in other activities ƒ Personal expenses: racket stringing, telephone, private tennis lesson or individual Spanish lessons, etc.

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How to enrol: Conditions and Notes Booking procedure

Visa

Cancellations

ƒ Fill in the enrolment form, scan and send it

ƒ For Visa application, we will provide a

The cancellation fees vary depending on the period of notice given: ƒ Up to 15 days before the beginning of the course, the full amount is refunded except the deposit. (This amount is valid as deposit for one year if the student decides to take another course). ƒ Less than 15 days, the price of 1 week of the total invoice is retained (course, accommodation and other contracted services). ƒ If the student begins the course, does not attend the course or leaves it before completion, no refund will be made. ƒ The corresponding amount is refunded only in case of serious illness or death of the student or a direct relative (father, mother, brothers, sisters, spouse, sons or daughters). A document of proof is required in these cases. ƒ If ZADOR has to cancel a course, the full amount received will be refunded. ƒ Any complaint about the course should be made during the course period to our staff. In the case of a legal action, the student and Zador will be subject to the Spanish court in Álava or Alicante. Any other court system will be renounced.

by email or print the enrolment and send it by fax or post.

ƒ Consult how to do the payments and

arrange to pay the deposit or the full amount. For Junior and Children Programmes a € 300 deposit is required. The deposit will be deducted from the total price.

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ƒ If you pay by Bank Transfer, send by fax or by email the copy of payment. If you pay by credit card, fill the Form to Pay by Credit Card, and send it by fax or email with a copy of the Card Holder's Passport and a copy of the credit card.

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ƒ Once the enrolment form and the copy of payment have been received, we will send you an email or a fax confirming your Spanish course, with an invoice for the total amount. Registration in a Spanish course will not be valid unless we receive the copy of payment of the deposit or the total amount.

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Spanish language course, you will be provided with the information concerning the Spanish course, the accommodation, the transfer and insurance. You will also receive Zador Student Handbook with the information you need to prepare yourself for your trip.

ƒ For Junior and Children Courses the total

payment should be made at least 4 weeks before the beginning of the Programme.

ƒ Permission to go out alone in the evening: We

know that many of our junior students enjoy a certain level of freedom at home and expect to be able to meet their friends in the evening without an accompanying person. Please, send us a consent signed by the parents with the evening hours to be at the host family from Monday to Thursday and during the weekends.

Accommodation ƒ Students with arranged accommodation should

arrive the day before the course and depart the day after. It is not usually a problem to arrive earlier or stay later. There will be a fee charged for any extra days you require. ƒ Student should inform ZADOR and the host family of his/her time of arrival. ƒ Students must follow the rules in the family, maintain the room clean and tidy.

Airport pick-up service

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document proving the registration at the school, the course and the accommodation booked once we have received the payments. To prepare the documents we would need the following details about the student: complete name, complete address, a copy of the passport (by email or fax), date of birth, name of the father, name of the mother, a passport-sized photo. Visa support fee: Free for Normal letter, €30 for certified letter, €75 for Express letter to USA and Europe and €100 for Express letter to South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. ZADOR is not responsible for rejected VISA. Please, read the Information on Visa application carefully.

Payments The total payment must be in Euros and at least 4 weeks before the beginning of the course for Junior and Children Programmes. In all cases, the exact amount of the invoice must arrive at ZADOR, Spanish school. By Bank Transfer (Please, remember you must pay all the bank charges. Send us a copy of payment and indicate the student’s name and the date of the course).

Bank Transfer to Alicante Bank: CAJA DE AHORROS DEL MEDITERRÁNEO Address: Urb. Rincón de Loix, Of. 0135 Benidorm 03503 SPAIN SWIFT: CAAM ES 2A Payable to: ZADOR Alicante Servicios Lingüísticos S. L. Account (IBAN): ES 57 2090 0135 09 00 40286780 By International Draft Cheque to the addresses specified below. It is necessary to add an amount of € 25 (cheque collection charges). By Postal payment like Western Union to ZADOR Alicante Servicios Lingüísticos S. L.

Some notes ƒ ZADOR will not accept any liability for

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ƒ Student should send the flight information at least 1 week prior to arrival: place, time, flight number. ƒ Student should inform ZADOR using the Emergency Phone in case of any delay. There is an extra fee for waiting hour and from pickup service from 20:00 to 8:00.

Emergency phone number ƒ Alicante emergency phone: + (34) 657991735 Please, take into account that it is not an info line. Use this 24-hour emergency phone, only for urgent messages when the Spanish School is closed.

By Credit Card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Eurocard): Please fill the Authorization form in, and send it with a copy of your passport and a copy of the card by fax or email. You have to send a separate authorization for each payment you make. To pay by credit card, you must add a 3.5% of the deposit or of the total invoice amount.

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injury, theft or damage caused by students to persons or properties during the stay. Students agree to assume all the risk and responsibilities surrounding the participation in the Programme and release and exonerate Zador, their officers and employees from and against any present or future claim, loss, or liability for injury to person or property which students may suffer. If the student decides to travel during the booked period and he/she does not attend the lessons, no refund will be made. The discounts in the courses prices will only be applied when the total amount of the Spanish course is paid in advance. Only in case of serious problems with the accommodation, the student can change it without paying the accommodation arrangement fee again (€ 30). The Schools close on the National and Local holidays specified on the Price List and there will be no make up classes, unless specified in the price list. The student, unless specified o t h e r w i s e , authorises Zador to use the possible photographic or video material in which s/he may appear for exclusive advertising use by ZADOR, Spanish schools.


Enrolment for Junior & Children Spanish Courses The enrolment can be sent by fax (+ 34 965 142 371), email (alicante@zadorspain.com) or post to ZADOR Alicante Servicios Lingüísticos - Avenida de la Constitución, 14 – 1º Izquierda - 03002 Alicante Spain

Personal details Name Age

_________________________________________ _________________

❑Male ❑Female

years old

Family Name ____________________________________________ Day/Month/Year of birth _________/____________/___________

Nationality _____________________ Passport Nº _________________________Exp. Date _________

Home Address _____________________________________________________________________________________________ City ________________________________________________ ZIP _______________________________________________ State or Province _________________________________________ Country _____________________________________ Father’s Name _________________________________ Mother’s Name ______________________________________ Phone number _____/_______/___________________________ Fax _______/_________/_________________________________ (Country code, city, and phone)

E-mail

___________________________________________________________ Please print clearly—most information will be communicated via email

Personal hobbies _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe your personality in a few words ______________________________________________________________________

Family Data Father

Last Name______________________________________

First Name ____________________________________

Occupation______________________________________

Business Tel. __________________________________

Email address___________________________________

Cell phone number _____________________________

Last Name______________________________________

First Name ____________________________________

Occupation______________________________________

Business Tel. __________________________________

Email address___________________________________

Cell phone number _____________________________

Please print clearly

Mother

Please print clearly

Student lives with Parents are

❑ Both parents ❑ Mother only ❑ Father only ❑ Married ❑ Divorced ❑ Separated

Other _____________________________________ Other _____________________________________

Emergency Contact _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact person, relationship, address, telephone, and e-mail in your country in case of notifications during the study abroad in Spain.

Course and language level details

❑ Tennis Camp & Spanish lessons ❑ Spanish & Tennis lesson ❑ Spanish & Sailing ❑ Spanish & Windsurfing Children Programmes ❑ Spanish & Tennis Camp ❑ Spanish & Activity Camp ❑ Spanish & Watersports Camp ❑ Spanish & Golf Camp Junior Programmes

Number of weeks _____________ Mother tongue

Course from _____/___________/______________ to ______/_________/______________

_____________________________ Other languages ______________________________________________

Please tick the box according to your skills and abilities per level

Levels

Listening

Speaking

Reading

Writing

Grammar

Vocabulary

Level 1 (Beginners) Level 2 (Elementary 1) Level 3 (Elementary 2) Level 4 (Lower Intermediate) Level 5 (Intermediate) Level 6 (Upper Intermediate) Level 7 (Advanced) Level 8 (Superior)

Please tick the box according to the European Frame of Reference for Languages:

❑A1 ❑A2 ❑B1 ❑B2 ❑C1 ❑C2 I have studied Spanish for _________________________________ years

Approximate number of hours ______________________

Reasons to study Spanish _______________________________________________________________________________________


Accommodation details Arrival date _______/________/_________ Departure date _______/________/_________ Number of Nights _________ Are you travelling with a companion? ❑ Yes Shared bedroom? ❑ Yes

Do you smoke? ❑ Yes

❑ No

❑ No

Same accommodation?

Name of companion

❑ No

❑ Yes ❑ No

____________________________________________________

Do you mind a family who smokes?

❑ Yes ❑ No

Do you mind a family with pets? ❑ Yes ❑ No If yes, please specify _________________________________ Special requirements (allergies, diets, medical problems…) __________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Are there any other habits you have that should be taken into account when placing you in housing?

____________________________________________________________________________________________

Transfer details * Transfer service from 8 am to 10 pm from Alicante airport, Alicante train station or Alicante bus station is included in the Fees for Junior and Children. From other places and before 8 am and 10 pm, there is an extra charge.

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If you would like pick-up service, please complete the information below.

❑ Alicante airport ❑ Alicante train station ❑ Alicante bus station ❑ Other __________________________

Transfer from

Arrival place ___________________________ Arrival date _______/_________/________ Arrival time ________:______ Coming from _____________________________ Airline ________________________ Flight number ______________________ Departure place _________________________ Departure date _______/_______/______ Departure time ______:______ Going to ____________________________ Airline ________________________ Flight number ______________________ If you do not know this information at the time of registration, please send us an email with this information at least 1 week before the arrival date.

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If you do not need pick-up service, please specify mean of transport, arrival date and time and contact details of accompanying person if

_________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ different from the parents:

Other requests Please, indicate if you have other requests:

Payment To make the reservation, payment of the deposit is required (300 Euros for Junior & Children Courses), which will be deducted from the total price. An enrolment is not valid until the payment of this amount is received. Please, indicate the method of payment.

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❑ Bank Transfer ❑ Bank Cheque ❑ Credit Card ❑ Postal Payment ❑ Bank Transfer ❑ Bank Cheque ❑ Credit Card ❑ Postal Payment

The total payment must be done at least 4 weeks before the beginning of the course. All the payments must be in Euros. In all cases, the exact amount of the invoice must arrive at ZADOR, Spanish school. All bank charges will be your responsibility. If you pay by bank transfer, please indicate it is OUR Transfer; if you pay by credit Card, please add a 3.5% of the total amount; if you pay by Bank Cheque, add 25 €, if you pay by Postal order, please add the cost of the payment order. Bank Transfer (Please, Fax or e-mail us a copy of the wire transfer indicating clearly the student’s name) Bank name: CAJA DE AHORROS DEL MEDITERRÁNEO Branch Address: Urb. Rincón de Loix, Of. 0135 Benidorm 03503 SPAIN SWIFT Code & BIC: CAAM ES 2A Account name: ZADOR Alicante Servicios Lingüísticos, S.L. Account (IBAN Number): ES57 2090 0135 09 00 40286780

Credit Card: Please, fill Credit Card Authorization form Bank cheques / Postal Order to Zador Alicante Servicios Lingüísticos, S.L. Avenida de la Constitución, 14 – 1º Izquierda. 03002 Alicante SPAIN

Signature of student or parent

( Printed name and signature) By signing below, I acknowledge that I have read and understood, and I accept the terms and conditions of enrolment stated above and I guarantee that all the information included in this form is true. My son/daughter has my permission to apply for and to participate in an international study experience organized by ZADOR Spanish school.

_______/_________/________ Application Date

_________________________ Signature of parent/guardian

____________________________ Printed name of parent /guardian

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Parental permission form for Junior and Children Courses Please, send us a signed consent from the parents or legal guardians

I am ________________________________________________________________________________ the parent and/or legal guardian of ________________________________________________________ (First and last name of the student)

ƒ My son/daughter has my permission to apply for and to participate in an international study experience organized by ZADOR Spanish School.

ƒ MEDICAL RELEASE AUTHORIZATION: I /We_______________________________________ the

legal guardians of ______________________________________________ hereby authorize ZADOR Spanish School, and its representatives, to seek medical attention on behalf of the student named above in the event of sickness, accident, or other emergency during the program. I/We also authorize any physician to release any information acquired in the course of examination or treatment. I/We certify that the above information is correct. This authorization shall be valid for the entire duration of the ZADOR program.

ƒ My son / daughter has my permission to:  

come back to the host family in the evening at ___________________________ from Monday to Thursday. return to the host family in the evening at _______________________________ from Friday to Sunday.

ƒ My son / daughter has my permission to:

❑ Yes ❑ No



smoke



Travel alone or with his/her friends

❑ Yes ❑ No

(Please, take into account that, according to the Spanish laws, it is forbidden for people under 18 years old, drinking alcohol in bars, discos, restaurants… and in the streets).

ƒ Other restrictions:

_________________________

____________________________

Signature of parent/guardian

Printed name of parent /guardian

_______/_________/________ Date

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Payments by credit card authorization Please send this document by fax (Alicante: 00 34 965 142 371, Vitoria: 00 34 945 234 910) or by email (alicante@zadorspain.com, vitoria@zadorspain.com), a copy of your passport and a copy of your credit card.

Credit Card details Card type

❑ VISA

❑ Master Card

❑ American Express

❑ Eurocard

Card Number ___________________________________________________________________________ Card verification value _____________________________________ (The three last digits on the back of your credit card number. This value protects you from online fraud by verifying that you are in possession on the card you are attempting to use) Expiration Date (month/year) ______________/_______________ Card Holder/s

_________________________________________________________________________________________ (Such as appearing in the card)

Card Holder/s details Address of the Card Holder ____________________________________________________________________________________ City

_____________________________________________________

ZIP _______________________________________

State or Province _________________________________________ Country __________________________________________ Passport or Identity Card Number of the Card Holder ________________________________________________________________

Authorization and signature * Please, write the amount in numbers and in capital letters

I accept, agree and authorize ZADOR Spanish School to charge the amount of € ____________ (________________________________________________________ Euros) to my/our credit card specified above.

Authorization Date: ____________/____________/____________ (day) (month) (year)

Signature _________________________________________ Printed name and signature

_______________________________________________________________________ * Please, note that payments will be charge in Euros to the current Exchange rate. * The information of the Credit Card will only be used for the charge mentioned above.

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