Direct Debit forms for Semester 1 2019 are available to download at the bottom of this page.
Cirkidz Policies and Terms
By enroling in Cirkidz Circus School you are agreeing to the following policies and terms.
A statement with payment options will be emailed shortly after enrolment. Payment in full or a completed Direct Debit form are required before children are permitted to commence classes.
Payment options include monthly Direct Debit from a bank account or credit card OR payment in full via credit card, cash, cheque, online or transfer from your bank account.
Sibling Discount - Cirkidz offers a 10% discount for a second or subsequent child in the same family that is enrolled during the same period.
Multiple Classes Discount - Cirkidz offers a 10% multiple class discount if a participant attend a second class during the same period.
Assumption of Risk
Cirkidz does not accept liability for any injury, loss or damage sustained during the course of; or associated with any Cirkidz classes or activities.
In the event of a serious injury or medical crisis, Cirkidz will call an ambulance to take the participant to hospital. The cost of the ambulance and any medical treatment required will be paid for by the participant.
I give my permission (as parent/caregiver) for my child/ren to be photographed or recorded on video by Cirkidz staff for promotional or archival purposes.
Photography and video recordings are not allowed during classes or events by parents and others, without the written permission of all class participant parents.
Cirkidz understands that sometimes due to our busy lives, holidays and illness, it can be difficult to get your child to their class every week.
Single missed classes : If you can't attend a class, Cirkidz would appreciate a phone call from you to allow others wanting a make up class to be notified of the availability.
Make up classes are available for single missed classes, but single missed classes will not be refunded or credited in lieu of a makeup class. To schedule a make up class, Cirkidz must be notified of non-attendance before the missed class begins. Make Up classes can not be booked retrospectively.
Abandonded enrolment: Cirkidz will consider your enrolment abandoned if four consecutive classes are missed without notification and your place will be offered to the waiting list. Cirkidz will pursue outstanding fees from abandoned enrolments.
What to wear and bring to class
Please ensure that your child has a water bottle at every class.
Stretchy comfortable clothes (track pants, shorts, leggings and t-shirt). NO jeans, skirts, belts, buckles or zips. Jewellery and watches need to be removed, so we recommend leaving them at home.
Please tie back all hair long enough to swing in front of the face. This applies to both genders.
Please remember that there are NO SHOES allowed on the mats, however, closed toe footwear is required for some skills and should be brought to class regardless. Footwear is required when outside and when going to the toilet. Please help by providing footwear that's easy to put on and take off.
Code of Conduct
For Participants, Parents, Guardians and Visitors at Cirkidz:
Please drop off and collect your child from the parent waiting room.
Please supervise participants before and after class.
Parents and children not participating in class are not permitted in the training space without permission from a trainer or staff member.
Do not smoke in or on Cirkidz premises (including the car park) or enter Cirkidz premises affected by alcohol or drugs.
Do not bring your child/ren to Cirkidz when they have an infectious disease, or any injury or medical condition that might put them or others at risk of illness or injury.
Please arrive on time for class so your child can participate in the warm up. Please be aware that your child may not be able to participate fully in the class if they are late. This is because warm up is essential for preventing injury, and is an important part of circus training.
Cirkidz respects the rights, dignity and worth of others regardless of gender and sexuality, physical or mental ability, cultural background or religion, and expects that participants and those observing classes follow this code of conduct.
Disruptive, rude and inappropriate behaviour is not conductive to a positive learning environment an will not be tolerated, and students be asked to take time out from class.