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Terms and Conditions



Confirmation of a booking is made on receipt of a non-refundable deposit. If this payment is not made at the time of booking the place cannot be held.


The balance of the course fee is due eight weeks before arrival.  If the balance is not received by the due date the reservation will be deemed to have been cancelled and Season it Cookery reserves the right to offer the place to another student on the waiting list. 


Optional extras are due on arrival in relation to an extra curricular activity on the afternoon off. Activity options and prices will be highlighted within the pre-arrival pack, sent on receipt of full payment.




If students wish to cancel their confirmed booking they must do so in writing. If students cancel within the eight week period prior to the start of their course they will be responsible for the payment of the remaining course fees in full unless they, or we, find an alternative booking, in which case the deposit only will be forfeited. 


Students are advised to take out their own insurance against cancellation for any reason outside their control.


Season it Cookery reserves the right to cancel (as a last resort when faced with unavoidable circumstances) and / or make any alterations to courses, dates, fees and accommodation where necessary, at their discretion. All enrolled students will be notified immediately of any changes.




T4 (health advice for travellers) is available from your local Department of Health office or most Post Offices.  For European holidays you should obtain a completed and issued E111 (EHIC) card prior to departure. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that you are in possession of all necessary travel and health documents prior to departure.  All costs incurred in obtaining such documentation must be paid by you.




Season it Cookery has a number of Chalet rules which are enforced in the interests of students’ health and safety these are made explicit in full upon arrival.  Excessive drinking, and the use of illegal drugs are not permitted and if students are thought to have been involved in these activities their course will be terminated immediately.  Fees will not be reimbursed under such circumstances.


Students are expected to report, and where appropriate pay for, any damage and breakages.


Students working in the kitchen should wear lightweight clothing, long hair should be tied back and comfortable non-slip shoes with covered toes should be worn. 


Students must advise Season it Cookery at the time of booking of any special dietary requirements, food allergies or religious beliefs that may affect their eating behaviour. Season It Cookery is unable to tailor our course content for special dietary requirements, but is happy to make arrangements, where possible, to enable students to take part in a course. Would students with severe food allergies (eg. nuts) make direct contact with the school when making a booking, to discuss ingredients used in the Kitchens.



Property belonging to students is brought to Chalet Pomet at their own risk. Neither Chalet Pomet or Season it Cookery accepts responsibility for any loss or damage. Neither does the school accept liability for personal injury except as imposed by statute.




Season it Cookery reserves the right to terminate the training of any student without reimbursement of fees if the student is guilty of unreasonable or improper conduct, or breach of house rules.  


If a student leaves during a course, fees will not be reimbursed. Appropriate arrangements will be made for under 18’s to return home safely.




Appropriate provision is made for the safeguarding of students under the age of 18 within the organisation and accommodation provided. There is a safeguarding policy in place, which specifies procedures to ensure the safety and well-being of all students under the age of 18.


A Code of conduct policy and training is provided for all staff dealing with students and all staff have current Disclosure and Barring Service checks in place. 


Students are supervised throughout the day and evening during our sessions. During free time we do allow the students to enjoy the local area, and we ask them to stay in a group of two or more, and let us know where they are going and when they will return. If the parent or guardian would like to discuss this further please call or email us.


Rules of conduct for what students may do outside the scheduled lesson or activity times and without supervision are provided in the form of course and Chalet rules.


One afternoon off (2-6pm) is given without supervision by the course staff to engage in a leisure activity of choice this is undertaken with local leisure providers in the form of rafting/ parapenting/ via ferrata etc as chosen and paid separately by the student, all liability is undertaken with the leisure provider. 

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