Terms and Conditions
Participation in Make it Groovy Classes.
By attending live, in-person sessions you agree that:
You will not attend class if you or anyone in your household displays symptoms of Covid-19; You agree to opt in for the NHS track and trace scheme.
You will observe all instructions with regards to social distancing, wearing of masks and infection control procedures as directed by your class leader and East Malling Parish Council (EMPC) and Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council (TMBC);
You acknowledge that procedures are subject to change at any time which may be due to EMPC, TMBC or Central Government guidelines.
Make it Groovy reserve the right to cancel your place in class in the unlikely event that you fail to abide by the terms and conditions but are under no obligation to provide a refund for any outstanding classes.
For Groovin Grown Up classes, you agree to let the class leader know of any medical conditions that may affect your ability to complete the exercise and you agree that you would seek medical advice from a GP if needed to participate in the exercise. If you are a new mum attending the class you must have had your Postnatal check with your GP and been given the go ahead to complete exercise.
Changes to our terms and conditions
We reserve the right to make amendments to our Terms and Conditions at any time to reflect changes in our business or statutory obligations. The new version will be posted on our website and will take effect immediately upon posting. If applicable these changes will be communicated to all our customers by email.
Disclaimer: Make it Groovy accept no responsibility under any circumstances for any loss (consequential or otherwise), damage, expense or delay suffered or incurred by the Parent/Carer, the child or any other party arising directly or indirectly or in any way connected with the attendance of the child at the class including but not limited to, the unavailability of a teacher, ‘Acts of God’, the postponement or delay of the class timetable (or any part of it) or any other act or omission on the part of Make it Groovy
By attending any Make it Groovy class you agree to adequately supervise all the children in your care and to take full responsibility for them at all times.
Make it Groovy have taken all reasonable care in ensuring that classes are safe. However, the Parent and/or Carer agrees that their child will be engaging in class activities that may involve some risk of personal injury. The Parent and/or Carer acknowledges that they have been advised to consult with their child’s GP with respect of any relevant injury, illness, or any other medical condition that may affect their child’s participation in classes.
The Parent and/or Carer assumes the above risks and accepts responsibility for any injury sustained by their child/themselves and agrees to discharge and hold harmless Make it Groovy from any liability arising from any injury to your child or other persons or property caused by your child’s participation in the Make it Groovy classes.
Make it Groovy takes no responsibility whatsoever for any loss, damage or expense incurred by a child and or Parent/Carer whilst participating in a class or whilst on the premises of where a class is taking place.
By participating in our classes you agree that refunds will not be issued due to you/your child’s sickness, holiday or ‘Acts Of God’ that may occur.
If classes are cancelled due to class leader sickness, hall availability or COVID restrictions then Make it Groovy will make all available endeavors to move customers to a future available class.
Make it Groovy reserves the right to exclude a Parent and/or Carer and/or child from a class permanently, or temporarily due to behavior that is not deemed acceptable within the class. All reasonable efforts will be made to avoid such action from being enforced.
The Parent and/or Carer agrees that any claim made against Make it Groovy, will be made in writing within 2 months of the incident taking place and failure to report in writing within this time will negate any such claim.
Website. Terms And Conditions Of Use.
By reading and continuing to use the Make it Groovy website you agree to the following conditions of use.
Make it Groovy makes every effort to ensure that the information on our website is accurate and up-to-date. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused by reliance on material contained in this website.
Links to Other Sites
Certain links in our site, including hyperlinks, will take you outside the website. We will make reasonable efforts to ensure that links are kept up to date. Inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of content and Make it Groovy is not responsible for the content of any website or web page outside of the website.
Unless otherwise stated, all materials and text documentation featured on the website is copyright of Jennifer Daniels t/a Make it Groovy © 2020.
Make it Groovy endeavors at all times to make our website as accessible as reasonably possible to all users.
Collection of information
Make it Groovy details
Make it Groovy operates the Website www.makeitgroovy.co.uk.
You can contact Make it Groovy by email on
Personal information data
Your data will only be collected on the Make it Groovy website when you complete a form. This data is stored on the Wix system and then emailed to Make it Groovy. When making a booking via ‘Book that In’ all information is stored securely via the Microsoft Azure software and only information essential to making the booking will be collected and retained. This information will not be passed onto any third parties and you will only be contacted if you actively opt in for marketing.
As part of the NHS track and trace system, your details will be kept electronically and used if the situation should arise (These details will not be shared/used for any other purpose and will be held according to GDPR guidelines)
GDPR states that personal data should be ‘processed fairly & lawfully’ and ‘collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes’ and that individual’s data is not processed without their knowledge and are only processed with their ‘explicit’ consent.
The Data Protection Act gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them. It provides a framework to ensure that personal information is handled properly.
Make it Groovy provides dance classes for young children and therefore is required to collect and manage certain personal data that can identify individual data subjects. We need to know parent’s names, telephone numbers and email addresses. We also collect data on children’s names along with date of birth for booking purposes only.
Your rights to access
At any point, an individual can make a subject access request relating to their personal data and Make it Groovy will provide a response (within 1 month) any such requests should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The individual also retains the right for personal data to be deleted and any such request must be made in writing to email@example.com and will be processed in accordance with current legislation.
How I will use the information about you?
Where personal data is submitted through our forms or via the Book that In booking system this data is only used for the purpose stated on the form and will not be given or sold to any third parties without your consent.