School Terms and Conditions

Dancers Code of Conduct

  • Always have the highest respect for yourself and others.
  • Treat others as you wish to be treated.
  • Always inform your dance teacher of any illness or injury.
  • Always ask for help if you need it.
  • Keeping your body hydrated is very important – bring water in a plastic beaker.
  • Ensure you are sufficiently fueled before class.
  • Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for class.
  • Hair must be neatly tied back.
  • Come to class with a positive attitude.
  • Try your best and enjoy your time dancing.
  • Health and Safety Rules are there for your protection and must be followed at all times.

T's & C's

School Fees – payment is due at the beginning of each term.  Installments can be arranged.

Principal should be notified of any change in contact details and/or guardianship.

All parents are required to complete an application and health form on behalf of their son/daughter.

The school does not accept responsibility for any items lost or stolen. Any items found will be kept in Lost Property. If not claimed after a reasonable period items will be donated to charity.

Dancing is a physical skill therefore in order to assist students learning teachers may physically guide movement by touch. This will be in a professional manner and the intention of contact will be made clear.

Darcy Dance may wish to take photos or videos of our students for our school website, or social media page.  Please alert the Principal if you do NOT wish your child to be included.

Pupils wanting to participate in examination must attend extra classes when required.

Any comments or queries  should be addressed to the Principal only.

It is advisable that Parents do not watch classes as this can be distracting for students. Parents and family members will be given plenty of opportunities to watch their children during class demonstration days.

Students at Darcy Dance must adhere to our Dancers Code of Conduct.

Health and Safety Rules must be followed by Parents, Students and Staff.

Health and Safety Rules

Children of Primary School age must be dropped to and collected from class by a parent or guardian.

Children of Primary school age are not to enter the car park on their own.

Young children should be brought to the toilet before class to avoid having to go during class.

No chewing gum.

Fire Doors must not be wedged open.

Fire exits and hallways must be kept clear at all times.

Health and Safety Rules are there for your protection and must be followed at all times.