Terms and Conditions

Please read our terms and conditions for new students registering with us. It is important you read the terms and conditions in full before submitting the form.

Our Workshop Environment

We treat all students as individuals, learning together in a supportive and relaxed environment which challenges and encourages creativity in children. We will not pressure children to be involved with activities they do not want to be involved with.

Child Protection

All Shoes on Theatre staff/volunteers must have an DBS Enhanced Disclosure and a Paediatric First Aid qualification. We take the safeguarding of children extremely seriously. See our Safeguarding policy below.

We hold personal and private information in strict confidence. See our Privacy Policy at the bottom of the page, in line with new GDPR regulations.

Behaviour

We will treat all students with kindness and respect and we expect to be treated the same in return. Disrespect or bullying of other students will not be tolerated.

Parental Concerns

Should parents have any concerns about their child within the class environment these should be raised with us immediately. We will handle any concerns with confidentiality and care.

Fees

Fees are due before the start of the term or before a holiday workshop. We are understanding to personal circumstances but ask you to contact us if there are issues making payment. Late payment without contacting us prior may result a late payment fee.

If your child is unable to attend a class or unfortunately decides to leave Shoes on Theatre mid-term, we are unable to issue a refund in this circumstance.

A taster session is given to every child before they join Shoes on Theatre, our term fees already exclude this session's cost.

Performances

The children look forward to being able to showcase their work to a live audience. We take pride in giving every child an equal and important role in our shows. All scripts are adapted to suit the children in our classes and this is why commitment is important. We expect older children to learn their lines to the best of their ability and to be ready for the performances. We kindly ask that parents/guardians of our younger students encourage them to practice their lines so they can give a confident performance. We will always provide the children with enough time to learn their lines, before we ask them to be rehearsing without a script. Any problems with learning lines or not wanting to perform in the show should be brought to our attention as soon as possible. We can arrange other tasks for these children such as costume design, backstage help and more.

Drop off and Collection

Please ensure your child arrives promptly so we can start the classes without delay.

If you will be late or unable to attend the class, please let us know as soon as possible via text, phone or email before the class.

If another person will be collecting or dropping your child off, please let us know in advance so we can make a note of this.

Healthy and Safety

Children will be made aware of fire exits and safety regulations in the space we hire. A risk assessment will be completed by us before using a space for our classes.

 

COVID-19 Update

We are following the government's guidelines to ensure a safe and professional re-opening of our classes. We will send full details of our measures to your email directly. Please ensure these are read and understood before your child attends our classes.

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Whitchurch, Hampshire

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