Little Ruggers Terms and Conditions
Below are the terms and conditions on which Little Ruggers (we, our or us) provide rugby, fitness and sports exercise and training
Sessions to all the children booked and partaking in Little Ruggers “Sessions”.
Fees of Sessions and payment
Fees for a Session or a block of Sessions (where ordered by you at the same time) are set out on www.LittleRuggers.com.
A half terms notice is required in writing or fees are payable for the next half term. Notice must be sent to Matthew Marsden via email or in a letter to the company address. Telling one of the ‘coaching staff’ does not act as suitable notice.
Any increase in Session costs will be notified to you by the end of the term. These increased fees will apply from the next term if applicable.
We accept payment in cash, cheque or by BACS. Payment for each Session will be by you to us at the beginning of each term (or) end of term with a pre-dated cheque for the following term.
Disclosure of any Health Issues
Before your child partakes in any Session, we require you to disclose any health issues or concerns on the enrolment form. This will record details of your child’s current state of health, any medical conditions they have and any medication they are taking.
Performance of the Sessions
We will provide you with the Sessions in accordance with our programme of exercise and training. We use our reasonable skill and care in providing the Sessions.
You are required to be present at each Session with your child. Normally the Sessions will be carried out at an appropriate facility and we will ensure that your child is provided with certain items and ensure that the space where the Sessions are to be performed (if performed indoors) are ready for use and have been cleared of obstructions etc (these requirements are more fully described on my website at www.littleruggers.com).
Length of a Session
All classes will last 45 minutes.
Stopping a Session
At any time during a Session if in our opinion we consider that your child:
appears to be unwell or becoming unwell; and/or is not following our reasonable instructions (such as not following instructions intended to protect your child’s, our or any other person's safety); and/or if your child is behaving in a manner which may be considered by us as being unreasonable, offensive or disruptive in any manner whatsoever, then we may wish to stop a Session and ask you to take your child out of the Session and if we deem it appropriate, exclude your child from the activity and not continue it.
If you are late for a Session/Party or you cancel
If you are late, your child will just join in as and when appropriate. If you fail to turn up to or cancel a Session we will be under no obligation to refund your fee for that Session. We will act reasonably and discuss with you any issues if you wish to cancel this contract.
Limitation on our liability to you
Our liability to compensate you for any loss or damage (in the case of loss or damage other than death or personal injury) is limited to the Fees that you have paid to us for a term having regard to such factors as whether the damage was due to a negligent act or omission by us unless that failure is attributable to your fault; any fault of a third party unconnected with the provision of Sessions under this contract, for example the venue; or events which are beyond our reasonable control or that we could not have foreseen or forestalled even if we had taken all reasonable care.
Contacting each other
If you wish to send me any notice or letter then you should send it to 23 Coppice Mead, Stotfold, SG5 4JX. If I wish to send you a letter or notice I will use the address you have given in the enrolment form.
Contracts (Rights of Third
Parties) Act 1999
For the purposes of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 this agreement is not intended to, and does not, give any person who is not a party to it any right to enforce any of its provisions.
If you are unhappy with the Sessions I hope you will discuss any problems or issues with us first. Any dispute, suit or action between us will be governed by and construed under English law and both you and we will submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England.