Terms & Conditions Of Admission
Registered parent(s)/legal guardian(s) (herein after referred to as”clients”) are bound by the schools Terms & Conditions of Admission. The client accepts that the school may update and/or vary its Terms & Conditions of Admission from time to time. Clients will be notified by email when amendments are made to the information provided on our website. The client impliedly accepts that the Terms & Conditions of Admission are agreed and binding in full by allowing their child/children to attend the school. The client also accepts that no variation to the Terms & Conditions herein can be made by the parent(s)/legal guardian(s) unless it is explicitly agreed in writing between the school and the client. The school reserves the right to review the size of the classes and the age groups offered from time to time.
Should you have any concerns regarding your child, please make an appointment with the class teacher, in the first instance, to discuss your concerns. If you are at all unhappy with the manner in which your concern is handled; please report your concern to management via firstname.lastname@example.org. An appointment will be set up for management to sit in on a meeting between you and the teacher to ensure a solution is found.
Please address complaints to management, in writing, via email@example.com
Right to Refuse Admission
As we are a 100% privately owned school, right of admission is reserved and at management’s discretion. In circumstances where there has been a fundamental breach of the Terms & Conditions (e.g. non payment of fees for one or more children), or where a Parent(s)/legal guardian(s) acts in a way that is detrimental to the operation of the business, the school reserves the right to refuse entry to the Child/children and/or terminate the contract without notice. This right will only be exercised as a last resort and after attempts to mediate with the Client, unless exceptional circumstances apply. This does not affect the parties legal rights.
At least one calendar months notice must be given. For example, if your child’s last day is 31st of July, you must serve notice on or before the 1st of July. Notice must be given in writing to management (not to teaching staff) by parent(s)/legal guardian(s). If the 1st of the month falls on a holiday or weekend, notice should be given on or before the last working day of the month prior to that day. Verbal notice will not be accepted. Please note that notice CANNOT be served during the months of NOVEMBER and DECEMBER. Notice CAN therefore only be given during the months of January to October inclusive. So as to avoid any doubt, the very last day of the year that notice can be given is on or before the 1st of October.
Admission & Fees
We charge a flat monthly rate and the fee structure is in this respect transparent and allows parent(s)/legal guardian(s) to properly budget for the year in advance while making provision for the school to maintain quality standards. For these reasons we have dispensed with the traditional bi-annual school fundraisers, which are often onerous on parent’s time and resources, and instead have made allowance for essential upkeep, maintenance and equipment within the flat monthly fees.