Terms

Whilst we try and maintain an informal and fun personality for Kidmando, it's important for the safety of all the children and for clarity of responsbility that you read through the Terms below to best understand our services, the terms and conditions, expectations of guardians and policies we have in place.

 

Attendance
-We strongly encourage pre-registration for each class to ensure we can plan for adequate numbers and to inform you should there be any last minute changes to schedule or location of the class.
-An able bodied parent or guardian must accompany children to each class.
-Children should wear appropriate attire to the session. We recommend sport shoes and light clothes and trainers. Though we aim to keep as shaded as possible, hats are also recommended as well as bug repellent.
-Please make sure you bring lots of water to class as well. It’s hot work being active!

Cancellation
-If you are not able to attend a class you have registered for, please inform Eve with as much notice as you are able. You will not be charged for late cancellation or a session you have registered for.
-Repeated failure to attend a class you have registerd for will result in a deduction of one session from your package. 
-Classes will automatically be cancelled where PSI figures are above 100 (unhealthy category).
-In the case of moderate to heavy rain we will inform you 1 hour prior to class if a session will be cancelled via SMS or email and will post updates on our facebook page.

Packages
-Packages can be paid in cash in person or via bank transfer.
-Package sessions purchased after 31August 2018 must be used within 6 months of purchase.
-Packages are non refundable and non transferable

Limitations
-It is the parent’s responsibility to communicate any and all injuries, physical limitations or special needs of participating children prior to session registration.

Emergency
Main trainers are certified in Child First Aid and should an accident occur, the utmost care will be taken, however it will be the parent/guardians responsibility to seek professional care (ambulance / doctor) should it be required.