TOP TIPS FOR PARENTS in the piou-piou clubs

Your child is on holiday, respect his rhythm and do not try to make him a champion before his time!
  • Little "Doudou" can ski with your little one: don't hesitate to put it in the bib.
  • A small "snack" is offered during the course, to slip into the bib (a small water bottle with compote is ideal!)
  • Lunchtime supervision with meals: supervisors ensure the comfort and nutrition of the children, as well as the respect of the rest period.
  • During my stay, I can leave my equipment at the Piou-Piou Club
I arrive on the first day with :
  • A lift pass (issued free of charge to children under 5 years old)
  • My equipment marked with my name (labels available in the offices and kindergartens)
  • The appropriate equipment: boots, skis, helmet, mittens and goggles
IMPORTANT: The health form
The health form is compulsory and must be completed before arriving at the Piou-Piou Club
It contains all the information necessary for a personalised welcome and the well-being of your child
It can be downloaded by clicking here


  • Ensure your child arrives at the designated Meeting Points 15 minutes before the beginning of the lesson.
  • Ensure your child has a lift pass to attend lessons.
  • Ensure your child is suitably dressed with warm ski jacket, salopettes, gloves and hat.
  • The use of suncream is especially important as UV rays are particularly high in the mountain sun.
  • Ensure your child has a snack and a handkerchief.
  • Inform us of any possible health problems of your child.
  • Wearing a helmet is highly recommended for children on the slopes.
We also thank you for taking note of the following information:
  • ESF will not be held responsible for any damage to equipment or accidents involving injury to any student.
  • Any malfunctions in ski lifts or mechanical equipment cannot be attributed to ESF. 
  • Refunds will not be given for matters outside ESF's control.