I had my 12 year old daughter enrolled in the 5 day ski camp, and then a two day, and then two single day lessons.
I had thought that the camp would keep the same group of children and teacher (ideal for my daughter with autism), however each day was a different teacher and group. However, my daughter mostly had a great time. She is usually an over confident intermediate skier (which I pointed out on the first day) however she had a couple of good scares on the the first day and flatly refused to ski anything other than green runs for the rest of the trip. I was somewhat disappointed to see that, given at home she will ski the odd black run. However, she still progressed and her technique is significantly improved.
The instructors and organisers were generally friendly and kind and made my daughter feel welcome each day.
The had a GPS tracker on each child, and each night an email would arrive showing where they had skied for the day. This was great fun to relive with my daughter and keep her engaged. The instructors even let her ride with a GoPro some days so that she could record some of her runs, thank you. She loved being able to do this.
Two thumbs up for Lisa (from Russia) whom really clicked with my daughter and gave her heaps of encouragement.
The only negative is the extreme cost of WB Ski School, especially when you add a tip at the end of the day. Hence why I am giving 4 instead of 5 stars.