Summer School – a unique summer experience Girls aged between 11 - 16 come to Surval Summer Camp from all over the world, to enjoy the exciting and challenging sporting and recreational activities which a Swiss school has to offer. Girls have language teaching in small classes (up to six) in the morning, studying either French or English. In the afternoon, our close proximity to Lake Geneva means girls can take part in a variety of activities, including: doughnut riding, banana boating, pedalos, kayaking, sailing, wake boarding, water skiing, wind surfing, rafting and swimming in the lake or in the Olympic swimming pool nearby. Land based action for both the adventurous and beginners include hiking, walking, biking, tree top assault course, archery, yoga, tennis, roller blading, aerobics, volleyball and horse riding. Our own resident staff live in during summer camp, assisted by some helpers who return each year. Night-time housemothers make regular tours of each floor at night and make sure girls are sleeping peacefully. They are always available to take care of girls who may feel unwell, or perhaps a little homesick, at night