Dance Gallery Terms & Conditions

Term fees must be paid by the second week of term at the latest. Any fees paid after this date will incur a 10% levy to cover extra admin costs.

-Payments are requested for the whole term and refunds will not be given for students who do not attend class.

-Pro rata fees will apply when a student starts after a term has begun. Term Discount fees won’t apply until the following full term

-Payment can be made online: *request email for bank details. 

If students wish to withdraw from their classes, they must provide a half terms notice in writing to

Data Protection
 Dance Gallery complies with all current GDPR rules. Customer information obtained allows Dance Gallery to carry out our business as a dance training establishment. Dance Gallery will not disclose your information to third parties, except where the law allows or requires, or where you have given your permission to do so.

Photographs/Videos: Dance gallery teachers may take photos and film the students in a class to help practice any choreography or performance routines, and professional photographers are most often present in special events like performances & workshops. These photos & videos may be posted on Dance Gallery, social media profiles, websites, flyers, and newsletters. All students identities will remain anonymous. Consent will be recorded and can be withdrawn at any time. Filming and Photos are permitted during performance classes with consent of all other parents. The teacher will ask at the start of the performance class. 

Dance Gallery Newsletter: The Dance Gallery team would love to keep parents and students up to date with all our events and news. To do this we have decided to send out regular online newsletters to the emails provided. If at any stage you do not want to be part of this new system then please feel free to unsubscribe at any time – all details for unsubscribing will be clearly located in the newletters.

Force Majeure: Dance Gallery are unable to provide refunds for any cancelled or missed classes due to a Force Majeure Event. A Force Majeure refers to any event beyond our reasonable control including and without limitation, acts of God, interruption of power or other utility, acts of civil or military authority, national emergencies, explosion, flood, accident, earthquake or other catastrophe, fire, notifiable disease, war or riot.

Dance Gallery shall not be liable to customers should they fail to perform their obligations of this contract as a result of a Force Majeure Event.

On the occasion that a class is cancelled by the teacher due to illness or injury, the class will be rescheduled where possible. If not possible, where fees have already been paid, the school will credit the subsequent terms bill. 

Liability Form: Dance is a physical activity and contains a certain amount of risk. Neither the Dance Gallery or any employed teacher can be held responsible for any accident or injury to anyone, which may occur while taken part in any lesson. All girls and boys must take part at their own risk

Safeguarding: Dance Gallery are committed to ensuring the highest standard of child safeguarding and protection for all its students. We ensure that all the staff have enhanced DBS checks, are first aid trained and have completed a minimum of Level 1 safeguarding training. Staff will report any concerns to Maddy Gerosa – Principal of Dance Gallery who will report information directly to the relevant authorities council and Safeguarding team *Copies of our Code of Conduct, Safeguarding & Child Protection Policies and Risk Assessments are all available upon request from the principle.