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Fees & Notice Period

How do your fees work?

Fees for group classes are spread evenly over an 11 month academic year (no payments in August).

Siblings or those taking more than one class have a discount applied to their total fee amount.

Fees are collected by direct debit on the 1st of each month.

1 months notice, taken from the 1st of the next calendar month, is required when cancelling group classes.

24 hours’ notice is required to cancel a private lesson.

How much are your classes?

Trial classes are entirely free.

Our class fees are paid monthly across 11 months of an academic year (no August fee collection). They are priced at £38.50/month for an hour-long class. 

A 10% discount is applied to the fee total for multiple classes/siblings.

Private lessons are priced at £33 per hour.

NB: Discounts are made against Group Classes and not Private Lessons

Do I have to sign up for a whole year when I join?

When you join your membership with us begins and runs monthly until such time as you choose to leave.

There is no set contract length offering parents flexible commitment terms, however after the initial 14 day cooling off period, any cancellations are subject to a notice period.

What's your notice period?

1 months calendar notice is required to cancel our classes.

This is taken from the 1st of the next fee paying month, that is to say you must make one more fee payment after your notice is served. For example notice received on or after 1st Feb would make 1st March your last payment. Please note as there are no fee collections in August, 1st July would make 1st September the final payment.

As a small business with fixed operating costs we cannot offer immediate severance terms as it jeopardises our ability to run and ask that outgoing members respect this upon departure. This is even more pressing following our 5 month closure for Covid-19. We want to protect our future and also ensure all members & outgoing members are treated fairly, and by the same standards.

Unpaid fees (typically due to a prematurely cancelled direct debit as soon as notice is served) are sent on by invoice for & must be settled within 14 days. Failure to pay may result in the debt being passed to a fee collection agency and may result in interest being applied.

How do I give notice?

Notice is served in writing, please contact us if you wish to do so.

It’s helpful to know what’s prompted your decision to leave so any information you can give is gratefully received.

These details and our other frequently asked questions can be found on our FAQs page.