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Childcare recommendations in La Plagne

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Hi all,

We have two boys we are hoping to indoctrinate into skiing this winter, one is 3 and the other is 5. We have settled on La Plagne this year staying in Plagne centre. Does anyone have experience with nannies in La Plagne they could share with us? T4 aren't responding to emails or answering the phone. We are hoping to book someone for 6 half days in early Jan.

Also for the 5 year old, we are hoping to book lessons for him, has anyone had their kids go through Oxygene Ski school in La Plagne Centre? We think the three year old is a bit young this year for lessons but not sure.

Thanks!
S.
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@Sideshowbob, have you booked accommodation? VIP Ski provide nanies but the whole package isn’t cheap. But they do have some great apartments in the centre.
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We have used Oxygene and they were excellent for our kids. Think they were 6 and 4 at the time.
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@Bennyboy1, we have booked accommodation as we find organising ourselves is much cheaper, but it does make finding good childcare much more difficult!!
Thanks for the recommendation for oxygene.
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My daughter used Oxygen (Val d'Isere) when she was 3 1/2 and loved it. A week of 1/2 days should be fine for most 3 year olds, especially if they're already used to nursery. Maybe even full days for your 5 year old meaning with a little team work you might not need a nanny at all.
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Have you tried snowlittle? We recommend them at work and guests usually have great feedback
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The ESF nursery up in Aime 2000 was great for our boy. We also found the main nursery in Centre to be brilliant but that was when he a bit younger than you're looking for.
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