When a child attends a Kicks Dance activity, we commit to help them:

  • feel happy, loved and self-confident
  • be happier and healthier
  • see Dance and the Arts as an enriching and exciting experience and get them moving in a fun and enjoyable way
  • make new friends

We also agree to provide you and your child with:

    • a professional service
    • high quality classes
    • highly trained dance leaders with relevant checks, qualifications and insurance
    • a safe and friendly environment for learning

In return for this commitment to you, we ask that you agree to our terms and conditions before your child joins one of our activities. Please contact us via our webpage www.kicksdance.co.uk/contact-us if you have any questions

1.Payment policy
1.1 Payment must be made in advance of the start of term/Kicks activity and/or by the date stated on the invoice if joining part way through the term
1.2 Payments are non-refundable. However, in the event of Kicks Dance cancelling classes due to staff illness etc, an extra class will be added whenever possible. Where this isn’t viable, Kicks Dance will deduct the fees off the next invoice. In the event of a child not returning the following term, fees will be put on customer’s account for 6 months from the cancelled class to be claimed for a future Kicks activity. Where this is not agreed upon, parents will have 6 months from the cancelled class to claim a refund. In the event of cancellation out of Kicks Dance’s control (ie. venue cancellation/issues, bad weather etc), Kicks Dance will endeavor to add an extra class. Where this isn’t viable, Kicks Dance will deduct 50% of the fees off the next invoice. Where this is not agreed upon, parents will have 6 months to claim a 50% refund
1.3 Workshop payments are non-refundable in the case of customer cancellation, but will be put on account in event of Kicks Dance’s cancellation for customers to use against future Kicks activities
1.4 Pro-rata amendments to the package cost will only be made when a child is joining part way through a term
1.5 Kicks Dance payments must be made by bank transfer
1.6 Children will not be permitted to take part in a Kicks Dance activity if payment is not made by the date stated

2. Publicity and consent
2.1 Photos, videos and testimonials may be taken by Kicks Dance at Kicks activities and may be used in future online and offline marketing. For example but not limited to: social media, website, flyers, banners, newspapers etc

3. Classes and events
3.1 Appropriate clothing should be worn by all participants at all times (ie. no crop tops, skirts without shorts underneath, offensive slogans etc)
3.2 Children must be on time to classes
3.3 Contact must be made to Kicks Dance in the event of a child missing a class or activity
3.4 Contact must be made to Kicks Dance if someone different is collecting child from Kicks activity
3.5 All children must be supervised by parents at venues before and after sessions where relevant and appropriate behaviour must be upheld when on venue’s premises
3.6 Children must bring a (no nut) snack to after-school classes and a named water bottle to all Kicks activities
3.7 Choreography is the property of Kicks Dance

4. Health & Safety
4.1 Customers must ensure Kicks Dance has their up to date contact details
4.2 Kicks Dance staff will administer First Aid if required and staff may call the emergency services if necessary
4.3 Anti – social behaviour such as running, shouting and climbing is not permitted at any of our venues
4.4 Customers must inform Kicks Dance of any medical issues or requirements teachers should be aware of
4.5 Customers understand the physically demanding nature of dance and certify that the child is medically fit to participate
4.6 Customers agree to not hold Kicks Dance or its staff liable for any losses, damages, or injuries that may, although unlikely, be incurred as a result of attending a Kicks Dance activity
4.7 Please be advised that we do not recommend participants bring valuables to Kicks activities and if they do so, will be at their own risk

Updated September 2020