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Terms and Conditions

By enrolling your child at TADAA, you accept these terms and conditions (“Terms & Conditions”) and sign your agreement to them as an ongoing agreement between you and TADAA (“Agreement”).

The Agreement is made between the parent/guardian (“Parent”, “you” or “your”) of each enrolled student (“Student”) by a Parent and TADAA (“TADAA”, “we”, “our”, “us”) (trading as TADAA) and is valid at all times whilst the Student is enrolled on any TADAA activity and until such time as written notice is given in accordance with these Terms & Conditions.






These Terms & Conditions apply to all our TADAA, Courses, Holiday Workshops/Camps, Workshops and any additional products and/or services offered by TADAA and/or its group of companies in the future for any Student



For participation of a Student in a TADAA Activity all Parents are required to consent to these Terms & Conditions by signature or by ticking the acceptance box for these Terms & Conditions when submitting an electronic application form online. We may update these Terms & Conditions from time to time.



If you are an existing Parent of TADAA please read these amended Terms & Conditions carefully. Unless you contact us within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of these new Terms & Conditions, they shall supersede and extinguish all previous agreements between us and shall govern the contractual relationship between us going forwards. Your continued enrolment of a Student in TADAA shall be deemed as acceptance of these Terms & Conditions and willingness to be bound by the same.



Any changes to these Terms & Conditions require the written consent or approval of TADAA.



A “CLASS” refers to classes offering tuition in dance, drama, and singing which will be delivered during the Term (including online activities). Course classes will take place various times per week for a certain number of hours, as detailed at the time of booking.



“Workshop” refers to Workshops (including online activities) run by TADAA during the breaks between Terms.



“Principal” refers to the principal of TADAA.



“Term” refers to one normal academic term of TADAA  during which Courses are run.



“Term Dates” refers to the dates for the relevant Term.




“Workshop” refers to a one-off course (including online activities) offering tuition in dance, drama, singing and/or other performing arts related activities which will be delivered for a certain number of hours per day for a period of between one (1) and five (5) consecutive days and can run at any time throughout the year.

“Online activity” refers to online streamed lessons and online Workshops utilising the Zoom platform, delivered by TADAA.  See section point 8.7.






To apply for a place for a new Student at TADAA, the Parent must agree to these Terms & Conditions and submit an application form online or by post.



Each Student’s place is allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Applications must be accompanied by the appropriate payment/transfer, as set out for TADAA












If TADAA is unable to accept the Student due to capacity reasons, the Student may, at the Parent’s discretion, be placed on a waiting list. 






For a Student enrolled on a Workshop, the full fees are paid in advance, as detailed in clause 2.2 above.

3.1 All classes are paid for in advance






Parents should contact TADAA to confirm if it is organising Workshops and/or Holiday Workshops/Camps.



Dates and times of Workshops and Holiday Workshops/Camps are released in advance on the TADAA social media pages.






The personal data (as it is defined in the Data Protection Act 2018) of a Student and/or Parent will be processed by TADAA, in accordance with its Privacy Policy, which can be found here Privacy Policy . A hard copy of the Privacy Policy can be requested from [email protected]



TADAA owns all the rights, title and interest in and to its websites, including software, text and media and its trade marks, logos and brand elements. Nothing within these Terms & Conditions affects or licences the ownership of these rights. Any intellectual property created during any Course, Workshop or Holiday Workshop/Camp is owned by TADAA.







Students participate at their own risk and are obliged to inform TADAA and its staff of any existing injuries or medical condition. All application forms must have any known medical conditions stated and any changes to such information must be notified to TADAA immediately in writing.



If you are unsure whether a Student should participate in any activity please consult the Student’s GP before enrolling the Student on a TADAA class.



Any medication left on the school premises must be clearly labelled and the Student should, unless TADAA has agreed in writing otherwise, be able to administer it themselves.



Students must wear suitable footwear and clothing at all times.



If a Student is unwell or has an accident requiring emergency treatment, the Parent will be contacted via the emergency contact details provided below or on the enrolment form. This number must always be contactable whilst the Student is attending TADAA.





Parents are solely responsible for ensuring that the emergency contact details on TADAA’s records are up to date.

All online activities can be recorded and held for a period of four weeks for safeguarding and quality review purposes. 






Students are obliged to take care of their own belongings. TADAA can accept no liability for lost or damaged belongings.



You acknowledge that the maximum aggregate liability of TADAA to a Student or Parent under these Terms & Conditions shall not exceed the TADAA fee to which a claim relates.



The liability of TADAA and that of its staff is restricted to class time only and then only to gross negligence.







TADAA may, at its own discretion, refuse a Student entry to a TADAA session if it is felt that the Student’s behaviour is unacceptable



TADAA reserves the right to make changes to the timetable, the teaching staff,  the advertised programme or the programme delivery mechanism (for clarity this may mean that we switch to online zoom classes) in the event of illness or other circumstances beyond our control.



Where a session of a TADAA class has to be cancelled by TADAA, the Principal will give as much notice as possible. In the event of a last minute session cancellation, you will be notified by email, text message, a call to your mobile phone or through a designated TADAA social media site. Parents must ensure that they provide their Principal with up-to-date contact details.

In the event of a TADAA class being cancelled, TADAA will provide substitute lessons where possible either at an alternative time, venue or online.  If no alternative can be offered, TADAA will provide refunds for lessons that are unable to be fulfilled.



It is occasionally necessary to change the time and/or venue of a TADAA session. This will only be done if absolutely necessary and TADAA will do its best to keep class times, programme delivery mechanisms and/or locations as similar as possible but unfortunately this cannot always be guaranteed.



In the event that a Student is unable to attend a TADAA session, due to sickness, holiday or a decision by the Parent or Student not to attend, TADAA regrets that it is unable to refund any payment.



All Students must be collected on time after a session. TADAA is unable to supervise Students after a session and consistent late collection will result in additional charges.



TADAA fees are reviewed annually and may be increased each year.



These Terms & Conditions, together with any Fee Note or Acceptance Letter, constitute the entire agreement between the parties which supersedes and extinguishes all previous agreements, promises, assurances, warranties, representations and understandings between them, whether written or oral, relating to its subject matter.



In the event that one or more of the provisions of the Agreement are found to be unlawful or otherwise unenforceable, those provisions shall be deemed severed from the remainder of the Agreement.



The Agreement shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of England and Wales and any dispute, proceedings or claim shall fall within the jurisdiction of the English courts.