CentreStage develops teaching, learning and promotional materials and publishes them in print and digitally (e.g. on websites and social media).
CentreStage seeks permission to use the following:
Media (photo/film/audio recording) of students
Samples of students work
A written comment made by you or your child (if applicable)
By completing and returning this permission form, you are granting permission for CentreStage to use:
Media, written comments and/or work samples made by you or your child in paper publications and/or on websites including social media.
Media, written comments and/or work samples which may identify you or your child by first name and/or school/preschool/organisation only.
Dear CentreStage Students, The following outline refers to your involvement with CentreStage education program:
Enrolment and participation is based on the agreement to the following terms and conditions:
1. All items produced by CentreStage Preforming Arts Academy (CPAA), including original music edits, performance materials, choreography, creative concepts, costumes, props and sets remain the property of CPAA and cannot be replicated or reproduced. All teaching staff are appropriately qualified and skilled in the delivery of vocal and dancing tuition.
2. In order to provide adequate musical theatre tuition training, it is necessary for teachers to physically coach in the development of student technique and placement, which may require strictly appropriate physical contact between teaching staff and students. All CPAA classes are planned with a specific curriculum focus to support skill development to improve performance and technique across all areas of musical theatre. It is also understood that any sort of development cannot occur without a formal structured approach to classes administered at CPAA and the structure of these classes will be dependent on the specific skills being taught within a particular session eg. dance, drama, vocal performance or theatre etiquette.
3. It is agreed that term fees will be paid by the invoice due date or a late penalty fee of 10% will apply with an increase of 5% each week thereafter. All students attending are expected to pay their fees either annually or by the term. Installment options are available if personally discussed with Richelle White. Invoices more than 60+ days old will be escalated to third party collection services (unless organised with Richelle) with additional recovery expenses billed to family. Please note Prushka Collection Services manages this process and it will sit external to CPAA.
4. It is understood that there are no refunds on any payment of term fees or costume levies. The only exceptions to this are: the occurrence of unforeseeable circumstances meaning classes must cease for the term at the direction of the Head of Tuition or the occurrence of extreme personal circumstances which must be discussed with the Head of Tuition to determine possible exemption. Communication must occur between student, parent and teachers in these circumstances to resolve any issues arising prior to discussion of possible exemption.
5. If there are any outstanding fees from the previous term, your child will not be allowed to participate in their classes until the account has been finalised. All fees and accounts must be finalised prior to the production performances in October. Failure to do so will mean your child will not be able to perform in the production. No refunds on any fees or tickets will be applied in these circumstances
6. Enrolments for the following year cannot be processed from any current student with outstanding accounts.
7. Students are expected to attend all compulsory CPAA rehearsals including dress rehearsals and technical rehearsals as required. This information will be provided to families in the rehearsal schedule after the productions have been cast. Missing too many scheduled rehearsals may result in your child not being placed or missing out on some of their routines.
8. All parents are responsible for remaining up to date with CPAA information. We will communicate with you via Dance Studio Pro, Seesaw and CentreStage email addresses. Parents can expect regular communication with teachers and staff via these methods. We ask parents not to contact teachers or staff via personal messaging services such as Facebook messenger as this can lead to miscommunication amongst the team. If you choose to contact teachers or staff in these ways they may choose not to respond or may direct you to the appropriate channels of communication. We will use these channels of communication to share schedules, announce cast lists, update you on important student requirements and provide you with consent forms.
9. CPAA cannot be held responsible for any property lost or damaged on the premises.
10. All students and parents are expected to behave in a respectable manner towards all staff members of CPAA, both inside and outside the warehouse. Any kind of disrespectful behaviour will result in immediate expulsion of the student, forfeiting any term or advanced payment.
11. All student and parents must respect all decisions made by the Head of Tuition.
12. Social media posts directly related to, or involving CPAA, must be respectful and in line with the ethics and culture of CPAA. No one is to post videos from any class unless they have permission for the Head of Tuition.
13. All students enrolled at CPAA are equal. Bullying in any form is NOT tolerated and will result in immediate expulsion of students that are not following these expectations.
14. During the period of enrolment and participation at CPAA, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to advise the director if personal circumstances and/or information change.
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