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School Policy & Conditions of Registration

Fees
  • Invoices will be emailed before half term. Payment is due at half term. A 10% surcharge is added for late payment. Cheques should be made payable to Danceforce.
  • Money is not refunded for classes missed. (On any occasion when the venue or time of a particular class has to be changed, an alternative will be arranged.)
  • On registering with the school, a £24 Registration Fee and a full term's fees are due.
  • Pupils wishing to take exams will be expected to attend additional exam sessions and will only be entered when the teacher considers them to be ready.
Notice
  • Parents are required to notify Danceforce in writing by half term break, if their child wishes to withdraw from tuition. If the required notice is not given, a half term's fees will be charged in lieu of notice.
  • Permission is required before a pupil takes part in classes elsewhere or external dance performances.
Behavioural Issues

If a child is being disruptive, destructive, or dangerous to themselves, other children, or staff members during class or special events, we will make every effort to work with parents and the child in question to resolve this behaviour. If the behaviour persists or other undesired
behaviours develop, the child in question will be asked to take a break from the class or event.

Responsibilities
  • We make every reasonable effort to ensure the safety of pupils in the classroom. Parents or guardians are ultimately responsible for seeing the safe entry and exit of their children.
  • When bringing your child to class please ensure that the teacher is present in the hall. Do not leave your child unaccompanied.
  • Please reinforce regularly that in the extreme case of you being late your child must return to class and inform the teacher.
  • Due to the nature of teaching performing arts it is sometimes necessary to correct positions physically. This is always conducted with the utmost care and professionalism.
Parent watching

Parents are invited to watch classes on the last week of term. Please check with teacher involved. Term dates can be found on newsletters and invoices.

Medical

Please inform the teacher of any medical/physical condition, loss of hearing or any known impediments, for example dyslexia, asthma, fits etc. (This information will be treated as confidential)

Clothing
  • All pupils are expected to be well groomed and to wear the correct uniform for their classes.
  • Hair should be neat and tidy at all times and worn in the appropriate style for each class.
  • Jewellery must not be worn.

Note:
Uniform can be ordered directly from Carol Winter, please ask for an order form.

Free Trial Class

We like you to be sure our classes are right for you so your first class is free.

To arrange a free trial
Contact Carol Winter on
020 8241 8496 or send us
an email

Uniform

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