Terms & Conditions

 


1)DEFINITIONS


a) For the purpose of this document Brighton Ballet School will be referred to as BBS.


2)PAYMENT OF FEES & GUARANTEEING A SPACE


a) EXISTING STUDENTS - CHILDREN’S SCHOOL


i)Parents & Guardians of students currently enrolled on courses/classes at BBS will receive an invoice via email at least 3 weeks prior to the end of the current term. 


ii) BBS does not accept any liability for invoices emailed to Parents & Guardians that go astray.  It is the responsibility of the Parent/Guardian to notify the office promptly if they do not receive an invoice at least 3 weeks prior to the end of the current term. 


iii)Fees are payable in full, for the term, in advance for all the classes/courses your child wishes to continue, at least 14 working days prior to the end of the current term they are enrolled on.


iv)Date for payment of these fees will be clearly identified in the ‘comments’ section of your invoice as well as available via the website on the ‘children’s school page’. 


v)Only in exceptional circumstances, by prior agreement with the Principal of BBS can any other payment plan such as weekly payment of fees be permitted.


vi)Only payment of fees in full guarantees your child’s space on the course or class that they wish to take.


vii)Failure to pay the student’s fees in full will result in your booking being cancelled and the student’s space being offered to the next person on the waiting list for that class/course.


viii)No reduction or reimbursement will be offered for absence from class, including sickness, bereavement, and holiday.


ix)Missed classes cannot be made up at a later date or by taking an alternative class during the same week any other week during the term.


x)An administration late payment fee of £10 will be charged to Parents & Guardian’s who fail to pay the balance of their fees 14 days before the end of the current term their child is enrolled on. 


xi)Payment can be made by cheque, cash or BACS (bank transfer via internet or telephone banking).  Please refer to your invoice for the BBS account information. 


xii)BACS payments must have a reference of the child’s name and invoice number so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xiii)Cheques should be made payable to Brighton Ballet School.  Please ensure student’s name and class and invoice number is clearly marked on the reverse of all cheques, so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xiv)Cash payments must be accompanied by a copy of your invoice so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xv)Fees can also be paid by credit card via Pay pal invoice upon request.  A transaction fee is applied to all Pay Pal invoices (rates vary). Please ask the office for more information about the transaction fees. 


xvi)Cash payments can also be made directly into the BBS bank account via any Royal Bank of Scotland branch.  Please refer to your invoice for account details and ensure you clearly attach a reference with any payment with the student’s name and invoice number.


xvii)Students who have not paid their fees prior to commencement of the class will not be permitted to attend classes until fees and any late payment charges have been settled in full.  BBS reserves the right to refuse entry to any Student who has outstanding payments due at the start of term. 


xviii)Existing students receive priority booking for the new term of classes or courses approximately 3 weeks prior to the public booking opening.  


xix)Completion of your child’s original booking form is considered completion of a contract of service between BBS and the Students/Parents/Guardians during their time at BBS, and therefore will result in Parents/Guardians being liable for fees due in full each term, subject to these Terms & Conditions unless the correct notice period is given, please refer to section 2. Giving Notice, below for more details.


xx)Acceptance on a course is at the sole discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


xxi)BBS accepts no responsibility for lost or mislaid payments due to Parents/Guardians attaching inadequate references to their payments in lieu of fees. 


b)NEW STUDENTS – CHILDREN’S SCHOOL


i)A student’s acceptance on a course/class is subject to receiving a completed on-line booking form prior to the commencement of the new term, and payment of fees in full for the term. 


ii)Bookings can also be taken over the telephone or completed on a hard copy paper booking form upon request. 


iii)Bookings can also be made after the new term has started via the on-line booking system subject to the discretion of the Principal of BBS. 


iv)Students that are completely new to BBS are requested to settle the fees in full for the entire term for all the courses/classes they wish to attend, within 5 working days of completing their on-line booking form(s) (this also applies to bookings made by telephone, or by completing paper-copy booking forms), and guarantees their space on the course/class that you wish to book. 


v)It may be possible for students new to BSS to be offered a short initial trial of 3 classes.  Short trials of this nature will need to be paid for in full in advance.  On completion of the initial 3 week trial, all remaining fees will need to be settled in full to continue with any further lessons.  Short trials of this nature will be offered at the sole discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School. 


vi)Receiving an invoice via email should not necessarily be considered acceptance of a Student’s booking onto a course.  Confirmation should be received at least 24 hours prior to the commencement of the course.  If a Parent/Guardian is in any doubt whether their child has successfully gained a space on a course they should confirm their booking with the office. 


vii)Failure to pay the student’s fees in full will result in your booking being cancelled and the student’s space being offered to the next person on the waiting list for that class/course.


viii)BBS does not accept any liability for invoices emailed to Parents & Guardians that go astray.  It is the responsibility of the Parent/Guardian to notify the office promptly if they do not receive an invoice within 2 working days after completing an online booking form, (and 5 days for a paper/telephone booking).


ix)Only in exceptional circumstances, by prior agreement with the Principal of BBS can any other payment plan such as weekly payment of fees be permitted.


x)Only payment of fees in full guarantees your child’s space on the course or class that they wish to take.


xi)No reduction or reimbursement will be offered for absence from class, including sickness, bereavement, and holiday.


xii)Missed classes cannot be made up at a later date or by taking an alternative class during the same week or any other week during the term.


xiii)Payment can be made by cheque, cash or BACS (bank transfer via internet or telephone banking).  Please refer to your invoice for the BBS account information. 


xiv)BACS payments must have a reference of the child’s name and invoice number so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xv)Cheques should be made payable to Brighton Ballet School.  Please ensure student’s name and class and invoice number is clearly marked on the reverse of all cheques, so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xvi)Cash payments must be accompanied by a copy of your invoice so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xvii)Fees can also be paid by credit card via Pay pal invoice upon request.  A transaction fee is applied to all Pay Pal invoices (rates vary). Please ask the office for more information about the transaction fees. 


xviii)Cash payments can also be made directly into the BBS bank account via any Royal Bank of Scotland branch.  Please refer to your invoice for account details and ensure you clearly attach a reference with any payment with the student’s name and invoice number.


xix)Students who have not paid their fees prior to commencement of the class will not be permitted to attend classes until fees have been settled in full.  BBS reserves the right to refuse entry to any Student who has outstanding payments due at the start of term. 


xx)Completion of a booking form will be considered as completion of the contract of service between BBS and the Students/Parents/Guardians, and will result in Students/Parents/Guardians being liable for fees due in full, subject to these Terms & Conditions.


xxi) Acceptance on a course is at the sole discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


xxii)BBS accepts no responsibility for lost or mislaid payments due to Parents/Guardians attaching inadequate references to their payments in lieu of fees. 


c)EXISTING STUDENTS – ADULT’S SCHOOL  


i)Students currently enrolled on courses/classes at BBS will receive an invoice via email 3 weeks prior to the end of the current half term or course. 


ii)BBS does not accept any liability for invoices emailed to Student’s that go astray.  It is the responsibility of the Students to notify the office promptly if they do not receive an invoice 3 weeks prior to the end of the current term. 


iii)Fees are payable in full, for the half term, in advance for all the classes/courses you wish to continue, at least 14 working days prior to the end of the current term you are enrolled on.


iv)Date for payment of these fees will be clearly identified in the ‘comments’ section of your invoice as well as available via the website on the ‘children’s school page’. 


v)Only in exceptional circumstances, by prior agreement with the Principal of BBS can any other payment plan such as weekly payment of fees be permitted.


vi)Only payment of fees in full guarantees your space on the course or class that you wish to take.


vii) Failure to pay your fees in full will result in your booking being cancelled and your space being offered to the next person on the waiting list for that class/course.


viii)No reduction or reimbursement will be offered for absence from class, including sickness, bereavement, holiday and maternity leave.


ix)Missed classes cannot be made up at a later date or by taking an alternative class during the same week any other week during the term.


x)An administration late payment fee of £10 will be charged to Students who fail to pay the balance of their fees 14 days before the end of the current course or half term they are enrolled on. 


xi)Payment can be made by cheque, cash or BACS (bank transfer via internet or telephone banking).  Please refer to your invoice for the BBS account information. 


xii)BACS payments must have a reference of your name and invoice number so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xiii)Cheques should be made payable to Brighton Ballet School.  Please ensure your name, class and invoice number is clearly marked on the reverse of all cheques, so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xiv)Cash payments must be accompanied by a copy of your invoice so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xv)Fees can also be paid by credit card via Pay Pal invoice upon request.  A transaction fee is applied to all Pay Pal invoices (rates vary). Please ask the office for more information about the transaction fees. 


xvi)Cash payments can also be made directly into the BBS bank account via any Royal Bank of Scotland branch.  Please refer to your invoice for account details and ensure you clearly attach a reference with any payment with your name and invoice number.


xvii)Students who have not paid their fees prior to commencement of the class will not be permitted to attend classes until fees have been settled in full.  BBS reserves the right to refuse entry to any Student who has outstanding payments due at the start of term. 


xviii)Existing students receive priority booking for the new term of classes or courses approximately 3 weeks prior to the public booking opening.  


xix)Completion of your original booking form is considered completion of a contract of service between BBS and the Students during their time at BBS, and therefore will result in Students being liable for fees due in full each term, subject to these Terms & Conditions unless the correct notice period is given, please refer to section 2. Giving Notice, below for more details.


xx)Acceptance on a course is at the sole discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


xxi)BBS accepts no responsibility for lost or mislaid payments due to Parents/Guardians attaching inadequate references to their payments in lieu of fees. 


d)NEW STUDENTS – ADULT’S SCHOOL


i)A student’s acceptance on a course/class is subject to receiving a completed on-line booking form prior to the commencement of the new half term or course, and payment of fees in full for the whole half term or course. 


ii)Bookings can also be taken over the telephone or completed on a hard copy paper booking form upon request. 


iii)Bookings can also be made after the new course or half term has started via the on-line booking system subject to the discretion of the Principal of BBS. 


iv)Students that are completely new to BBS are requested to settle the fees in full for the entire course or half term for all the courses/classes you wish to attend, within 5 working days of completing their on-line booking form(s), (this also applies to bookings made by telephone, or by completing paper-copy booking forms), and guarantees their space on the course/class that you wish to book. 


v)Receiving an invoice via email should not necessarily be considered acceptance of a Student’s booking onto a course.  Confirmation should be received at least 24 hours prior to the commencement of the course.  If you are in any doubt whether you have successfully gained a space on a course you should confirm their booking with the office. 


vi)Failure to pay the fees in full will result in your booking being cancelled and your space being offered to the next person on the waiting list for that class/course.


vii)BBS does not accept any liability for invoices emailed to Students that go astray.  It is the responsibility of the Student to notify the office promptly if they do not receive an invoice within 2 working days after completing an online booking form, (and 5 days for a paper/telephone booking).


viii)Only in exceptional circumstances, by prior agreement with the Principal of BBS can any other payment plan such as weekly payment of fees be permitted.


ix)Only payment of fees in full guarantees your space on the course or class you wish to take.


x)No reduction or reimbursement will be offered for absence from class, including sickness, bereavement, holiday and maternity leave.


xi)Missed classes cannot be made up at a later date or by taking an alternative class during the same week or any other week during the term.


xii)Payment can be made by cheque, cash or BACS (bank transfer via internet or telephone banking).  Please refer to your invoice for the BBS account information. 


xiii)BACS payments must have a reference of your name and invoice number so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xiv)Cheques should be made payable to Brighton Ballet School.  Please ensure your name, class and invoice number is clearly marked on the reverse of all cheques, so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xv)Cash payments must be accompanied by a copy of your invoice so that your payment can be clearly identified. 


xvi)Fees can also be paid by credit card via Pay Pal invoice upon request.  A transaction fee is applied to all Pay Pal invoices (rates vary). Please ask the office for more information about the transaction fees. 


xvii)Cash payments can also be made directly into the BBS bank account via any Royal Bank of Scotland branch.  Please refer to your invoice for account details and ensure you clearly attach a reference with any payment with your name and invoice number.


xviii)Students who have not paid their fees prior to commencement of the class will not be permitted to attend classes until fees have been settled in full.  BBS reserves the right to refuse entry to any Student who has outstanding payments due at the start of term. 


xix)Completion of a booking form will be considered as completion of the contract of service between BBS and the Student, and will result in Students being liable for fees due in full, subject to these Terms & Conditions.


xx)Acceptance on a course is at the sole discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


xxi)BBS accepts no responsibility for lost or mislaid payments due to Parents/Guardians attaching inadequate references to their payments in lieu of fees. 


3)DROP IN CLASS CARDS


a)The drop-in class card is valid for either 6 months if you have purchased a 10 class package or 3 months if you have purchased a 5 class package from the date of issue and payment in full of the fee. 


b)The drop-in class card is valid for a maximum of either 5 or 10 classes only. 


c)The drop-in class card can only be used for the same duration dance class (or less) as purchased, either 1 hour, 1.5 hour or 2 hour, or a Pilates class.


d)BBS reserves the right to refuse entry to any student who cannot prove that they have purchased and paid in full the fees for their Drop-in class card upon arrival, and that their card is still valid within the date of purchase.


e)Students who fail to attend the class they have booked will not be eligible for a refund.  In these circumstances the class is forfeited from the remaining number of classes available on their package. 


f)Students who fail to cancel a class within 24 hours prior to the class commencing are not eligible for a refund.  In these circumstances the class is forfeited from the remaining number of classes available on their package. 


g)The drop-in class card is non-transferable, and cannot be exchanged for cash or credit under any circumstances.


h)The drop-in card can only be used by the individual who originally purchased the class card.  No exchange or transfer to another student is possible under any circumstances. 


i)BBS is unable to offer refunds for classes that have not been used for whatever reason within the 3 or 6 month period of validity including sickness, injury, bereavement and absence (including maternity absence.)


j)The drop-in class card can only be purchased for dance classes of 1 hour, 1.5 hour or 2 hours duration and Pilates classes including antenatal, post natal, general level, and improvers/ballet specific pilates.


k)The drop-in class card may only be used for classes that have been booked via the on-line booking system using a valid Drop-in package.  Please refer to the EZfacility self-service booking schedule for details of the classes currently available at Brighton Ballet School for drop-in class card users. 


l)BBS reserves the right to change, modify and withdraw the range of classes that are available to drop-in card holders without prior notice. 


m)Student Discounts are only available for Students in full-time Education in accordance with section 9 of these terms & conditions for dance classes.  Pilates classes are currently excluded from the student discounts.


n)BBS cannot always guarantee that a suitable class will be available in the level/style/discipline that drop-in class card holders require during the 3 or 6 month period validity of their package.


o)BBS, its staff and teachers reserve the right to refuse any student they deem unfit to attend class according to section 8 of these terms & conditions.


p)The drop-in card cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offers or discounts. 


q)Fees for drop-in class cards must be settled in full within 1 week of the date of purchase to avoid late payment fees of £10.00 being added to your account.



4)GIVING NOTICE


a)In the event of Parents/Guardians or Students  wishing to cancel their space on future terms of courses/classes, a notice period of at least 3 weeks prior to the end of the current term on which they are enrolled is required. 


b) The date you are required to give notice by will be clearly marked in the ‘comments’ section of your invoice and on the website on either the Children’s School or Adult’s School pages. 


c)Failure to give the adequate notice period will result in the fees and charges accruing on your account.  BBS reserves the right to pursue Parents/Guardians and Students for outstanding fees in these circumstances at their discretion.   


5)CANCELLATION POLICY


a)All cancellations must be made in writing to the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


b)New Students/Parents/Guardians making bookings with the school are entitled to cancel, for any reason up to 14 working days before the commencement of the course and receive a full refund of any fees paid.


c)New Students/Parents/Guardians making bookings within 14 working days prior to the start of the course, or after the commencement of the course will not be entitled to any refund. 


d)BBS cannot offer any extensions to refunds offered in any circumstances such as; illness, injury, holiday, bereavement, maternity leave or absence of any kind, (including spouse injury, illness, holiday, bereavement and maternity leave.) 


e)Students/Parents/Guardians entitled to a refund can ask to have the money held as a credit on their account to be used toward future courses or classes.


f)Credits held on account can only be used towards payment of classes, and must be used within 4 months of date of initial purchase.  Failure to do so will result in the forfeit of the credit from your accounts.


g)Refunds may not be issued until the end of the current term for either the Adult or Children’s School.  Refunds cannot be paid by cash or cheque and will only be issued via the Parent/Guardian or Student’s bank account directly.


6)PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO


a)BBS uses still and video photography to aid the learning environment, especially before examinations.  If you would rather you/your child are not included in this aspect of classes BBS must be informed either at the time of booking or in writing before the course/class begins.


b)From time to time BBS may take still and video photography during classes or performances that may be used for marketing and promotional purposes.  If you would rather you/your child not be included in any visual recordings BBS must be informed either at the time of booking or in writing before the course begins.  Full consent will always be obtained prior to any recordings.  Please refer to the Photo & Video Consent form for more details as to the intended use of these images. 


c)No unauthorised still and video photography will be permitted by students, their friends or family during classes, end of term performances, shows or demonstrations.  Prior permission must be obtained from the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


7)HEALTH & SAFTEY


a)It is the responsibility of Students/Parents/Guardians to disclose any prior or existing medical conditions and special educational needs on the booking form required for each Student’s booking form completed.  Failure to do so may result in a Student being unable to safely join in a class/course they wish to take. 


b)It is the responsibility of Parents/Guardians to ensure that all medication required by their child is handed to the teacher at the beginning of class along with a Medical Consent Form, (which can be obtained from the office or your teacher.)  Medication will be stored in a secure place by the teacher until it is needed. 


c)Student’s personal details may from time to time, be shared and discussed with other teachers, or representatives of Brighton Ballet School, at the discretion of the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.


d)It is the responsibility of the Student/Parent/Guardian to ensure they/their child has sought the appropriate medical advice prior to the acceptance of a place in a class.  


e)It is the responsibility of the Student/Parent/Guardian to notify the Teacher or representative of BBS of any new or additional medical conditions that could affect their performance or general well being.  Failure to do so could seriously risk the student’s health and the future of their place within their class. 


f)It is furthermore accepted by the Student/Parent/Guardian that the engagement in dance is a physical activity that may incur injury such as falls, sprains, twisted ligaments, and that the Student/Parent/Guardian accepts and assumes full responsibility for any loss, damage, injury or adverse consequence suffered as a result of engaging in dance excluding loss or damage suffered as the direct consequence of negligent breach of duty of care by BBS or any Teachers representing Brighton Ballet School.


g)If you are in any doubt as to the suitability of the course for you/your child please consult your Doctor before attending any classes.


h)Teachers of BBS may wish to use physical contact as an aid to correct Students technique and postural alignment. Students/Parents/Guardians who have any concerns regarding this aspect of class are invited to contact the Principal of BBS to discuss this further. 


i)Students are expected to arrive punctually, at least 10 minutes before their class is due to begin so that they can get changed and start the class on time.  It is essential to warm up correctly for class, therefore students may be asked to sit and watch the class if they arrive too late to join in. 


j)It is compulsory for Students to wear the correct BBS uniform for the class they wish to take part in.  Failure to do so may result in Students not being permitted to take part in class. 


k)Students are required to ensure that all jewelry is removed before attending class, and that hair is tied neatly away from the face, preferably in a bun for ballet.  Failure to do so may result in Students not being permitted to take part in class.


l)Students who require glasses are strongly advised to use contact lenses whilst taking part in class.  If this is not possible Students are advised to explore other safety measures such as a safety strap whilst dancing.


m)All Teachers representing BBS may reserve the right to refuse entry to any Student who they deem unfit to take part in the class due to; unsuitable uniform, attire, footwear or inability to take part due to injury or general well being.


n)It is expressly forbidden for Students, Parents or Guardians to carry or consume any alcoholic beverage or banned substance to any of the buildings used by Brighton Ballet School.  Brighton Ballet School, its Teachers and its representatives reserve the right to refuse entry to any Student, Parent or Guardian they believe might be under the influence of alcohol or illegal substance.


8)STUDENT DISCOUNTS. 


a)Student discounted rates are automatically offered to anyone up to 16 years of age.


b)To be eligible for a 16+ student discount with BBS you must be aged 16 or over, registered with an education establishment and be:


i)A full-time student registered and studying on a higher education course with a university or college.


ii)Enrolled on a full-time course made up of at least 15 tuition-led and/or structured learning hours a week over at least 14 week.


iii)Receiving NHS bursary money, either as a full-time or part-time student (Proof of such must be provided).


iv)A full-time postgraduate student (for example, studying or writing up for 15 or more hours a week)


v)Possess a valid NUS, or student card with at least 6 weeks of your course remaining. 


vi)BBS reserves the right to refuse a student discounted rate to anyone they suspect does not fulfill the criteria above and may request further evidence in these circumstances


9)LIABILITY


a)BBS accepts no liability for personal injury or death of any Student unless directly caused by the proven negligence of BBS or any teachers representing Brighton Ballet School. 


b)BBS accepts no liability for Students valuable possessions such as jewelry, watches and electronic items. Students who bring valuable items to class do so at their own risk. 


10)EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES POLICY


a)BBS is dedicated to the promotion of equality of opportunity to all its Students and Staff irrespective of gender, marital status, race, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation and age.  Please refer to Brighton Ballet School’s Equal Opportunities Policy for more information which can be found on the website.


11)CODE OF CONDUCT


a)Teachers representing BBS are committed to ensuring that every Student is treated with the highest level of respect, courtesy and dignity whilst in their care.


b)Teachers representing BBS are committed to conducting themselves with the highest standard of professional behaviour within the class setting, encouraging a positive, welcoming, supportive atmosphere for Students to learn in. 


c)BBS has a zero tolerance policy to negative, abusive or disorderly behaviour therefore Teachers representing BBS reserve the right to ask Students, Parents, Guardians, friends and families of students to leave the premises if their behaviour is deemed unsuitable or unproductive for the class or school setting. 


12)CHILD PROTECTION POLICY


a)BBS takes the safety of all its Students very seriously.  All staff coming into contact with Students including teachers, support staff, and musicians will have 3 yearly reviewed, fully enhanced CRB checks.  Please refer to Brighton Ballet School’s Child Protection Policy for more information. 


b)Students under the age of 16 years of age must obtain permission and consent from their Parents/Guardians to attend classes, and subsequently all documentation including booking forms, medical and consent forms must be signed by Parent/Guardian. 


c)No Student under the age of 13 years of age may leave the class unless accompanied by a named Adult, Parent or Guardian by prior arrangement. 


13)CHANGES TO CONTENT/TIMETABLE


a)BBS reserves the right to amend; change date/time/venue of classes; or postpone classes altogether; due to failure of equipment, building faults and other factors including force majeure.  In these circumstances refund or compensation may only be offered to the Student/Parent/Guardian at the discretion of the Principal of the school. 


14)COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE


a)In the unlikely event a Student/Parent/Guardian has a complaint, full details should be made in writing to the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.  All complaints will be responded to within 14 working days. 


15)DATA PROTECTION POLICY


a)BBS takes handling Students data seriously and will hold all personal details securely.  BBS guarantees not to disclose such information to any unauthorised person or third party.  Where appropriate BBS will use such information in carrying out its various functions and services.


b)BBS acts as Data Controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998 and all personal information will be held and used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Students/Parents/Guardians wishing to know what details are being held about them/their child should request copies from the Principal of Brighton Ballet School.  BBS reserves the right to charge you for this


c)It is the responsibility of Students/Parents/Guardians to ensure that the information given is correct, accurate and kept up to date.  Failure to do so may result in the Student being unable to book and attend the class they require. 


d)It is the responsibility of the Students/Parents/Guardians to ensure that they have the necessary permission to pass on the personal details of all the students they are making a booking for. 


e)BBS reserves the right to update, change and amend these Terms & Conditions at any time, as deemed necessary to ensure the safe and continued delivery of service to Students/Parents//Guardians, and will publish changes via the BBS website.


f)Furthermore it is the responsibility of the Students/Parents/Guardians to regularly review the Terms & Conditions to ensure they are aware of any changes made by Brighton Ballet School.  Parents and Guardian’s continued use of BBS services after changes are announced will be taken as the Parents and Guardians agreement to be bound by these terms as updated and/or amended. 


i)BBS may wish to contact you in the future with details of other courses, classes, discounts and promotional offers that we consider of interest to you.  If you do not want to receive these additional updates please let the office know so that your details can be removed from this mailing list.




All enquiries must be directed to : Sonya Pettigrew, Principal of Brighton Ballet School,


23 Freshfield Street, Brighton, BN2 9ZG






TERMS & CONDITIONS

                                                                                                                    Last updated : 29/9/2014