Parents/Guardians must agree to the following. Please carefully read the following before enrolling your child:
Parent’s/guardian’s are responsible for payment of programme fees. Payments must be paid in full prior to the child attending. Failure to make payment may result in your child/children being withdrawn.
Families applying for WINZ will be responsible for processing the application (prior to commencing the programme).
A 50% deposit is required before enrolment can be confirmed.
If WINZ decline the application, parents/guardians will be responsible for paying the full amount of the fees.
Any fees that WINZ do not cover through subsidies, will need to be paid by parents/guardians.
Damage or loss of property
If your child/children damages or loses property belonging to Squiggle or the venue where the programmes are being held, parent’s/guardian’s will have the responsibility of paying for recovery costs. This includes false fire alarms or other type of events where services are required to attend.
Enrolment information must be kept up-to-date. If any information changes for your child, please ensure to inform our staff so that we can update our records.
Privacy Act 1993
The information contained within the Enrolment Form will be used for Enrolment purposes for Squiggle Ltd and may also be viewed by Child, Youth and Family. The information will not be shared with unauthorized personnel or organisations and complies with the requirements of Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993.
Please inform us if your child is going to be absent from the programme. Refunds may apply to those enrolled on holiday programmes if reasonable notice is given.
If your child is unwell or sick, please do not send them to the programme to avoid any sickness from spreading. If your child becomes sick at the programme, we will notify you to come and collect them. If they become seriously ill or sick, we may need to take them to see a GP or contact emergency services. Any costs incurred will need to be reimbursed by the parent/guardian.
Code of Conduct
We have a Code of Conduct that each child will be informed of and expected to abide by. The Code of Conduct helps to ensure we treat each other with respect.
Please inform us if you are withdrawing your child from the programme. If a child’s behavior is considered too disruptive and there has been a consistent breaking of our Code of Conduct, we will inform parents and the child may be involuntarily withdrawn.
If you have notified us that your child will be absent or you are withdrawing your child from the programme, you may be eligible for a refund.
We have planned offsite activities during our programme. All offsite activities will be well supervised and organised. We have a process of approval before any offsite activities can be conducted including a health and safety check and Risk Analysis and Management System Plan.
Health and Safety
Children and parents need to abide by the Health and Safety policies and procedures at all times.
Children should wear appropriate clothing that is suitable for weather conditions. Hats and sunblock will be needed from September to April.