Terms and Conditions
1.10 “Terms” means the terms and conditions set out in this document.
2. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
2.1 The terms shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Parent/Carer upon the payment of the Fee by, or on behalf of the Parent/Carer.
3. Fees and Payment
3.4 In the event of a serious illness/accident where a number of Classes are to be missed, a credit note may be issued. Kids Works may request amedical certificate to be produced.
4.2 In the event that Classes are cancelled due to local authorities deeming the groundsunplayable, no refund will be given. Kids Works may defer or credit one Class per Term if a succession of Classes are cancelled in that one Term. During adverse weather conditions, parents are advised to check the web site for up to date information on possible cancellations.
5. Parent’s Responsibility
5.4 Whilst the Parent acknowledges their child under the direction, care and control, of the Coach, with the under 5 age group, Parents/Carers should be nearby to ensure their child stays within the boundaries demarcated by Kids Works.
6.1 The Parent shall inform Kids Works and the Coach of any medical condition physical or behavioural, or injuries that the Pupil may have, prior to the start of the Term. If there are any health concerns that may affect participation within the Class, it is advisable that a GP’s advice is sought. If a child has an epi-pen this must be kept on the premises with a Parent who is close by at alltimes.
7 . Discipline
7.2 The standard of behaviour which is to be regarded as unacceptable at a Course or on Premises shall be determined by Kids Works but shall include damage to property, disruptive behaviour, aggression towards the coach or other pupils
8. Exclusion of Liability
8.3 The Parent acknowledges, warrants and undertakes (for and on behalf of the Parent and the Pupil) that the maximum aggregate liability of Kids Works to the Parent and/or Pupil under these terms shall not exceed the Fee.
9.3 This entire agreement shall be governed by English Law and fall under the jurisdiction of the English Courts.