Messy Monkey Makers Terms and Conditions, Health & Safety Policy
We believe that the health and safety of children is paramount
Safety: Your child(ren) remain your responsibility while attending our sessions, events and parties and must be supervised throughout, if you leave the room for any reason you must take your child with you. Parents/Guardians are responsible for their own children’s behavior. Messy Monkey Makers cannot accept responsibility for Injury, loss or damage caused by a child’s behavior.
Whilst we endeavor to clear all spillages as soon as they occur, some of the materials we use may cause the area to become slippery so please NO running. If you spot a hazard please report to the session leader immediately. We appreciate your help in trying to avoid unnecessary, unintentional pouring of materials outside of their immediate play areas so that everyone enjoys the experience.
The materials used in the Messy Monkey Makers sessions are all sourced from trusted suppliers, high street retailers and well known supermarkets. They are provided in the knowledge that parents/guardians supervise the children whilst they play with them. Please make sure you and your child are using the utensil or equipment for the correct purpose.
Although some of our messy crafts look yummy, please refrain from allowing your child to put the product or equipment in their mouths unless stated on the information in that area that it is ‘taste safe’ or by the session leader.
Messy Monkey Makers accepts no responsibility for any belongings, including clothes which become stained, marked or damaged. Please note that some of our messy play products may stain. We do have Messy Monkey Maker t shirts, baby grows and towels available for purchase.
All non-potty trained babies/children should wear the appropriate underwear to protect others from leakages. Please be advised when entering the water play it is at the parents own risk.
Illness: Parents are asked to keep their children at home if they have a serious infection and are to inform Messy Monkey Makers as to the nature of the infection so that other parents can be alerted if at all necessary. Please can we ask that you keep your child at home if him / her:
- Has a fever or has had one in the previous 24 hours
- Has had an upset stomach or diarrhoea in the previous 24 hours
- Has heavy nasal discharge
- Has discharging eyes
Has symptoms of a possible communicable disease such as:
- Measles, Chicken pox, german measles, whooping cough, impetigo, scarlet fever, hand, foot and mouth disease, norovirus
Refunds/Cancellations of classes: Messy Monkey Makers will endeavor to run sessions during bad weather e.g. treacherous snow conditions. However, should sessions need to be cancelled you will be notified/contacted at our earliest convenience. Messy Monkey Makers has the right to cancel classes without refund in exceptional circumstances beyond our control (fire, flood, vehicle breakdown, serious illness, treacherous snow etc.)
All places are non-refundable/ non-transferrable: Messy Monkey Makers are under no obligation to refund or transfer your money in the event that you are unable to attend part of or the entire course. We regret that we are unable to offer an alternative for missed classes.
Confidentiality: Certain content and information provided throughout our classes are copy written and under ownership of Messy Monkey Makers. Messy Monkey Makers kindly asks customers not to copy, reproduce, create derivative works of, reverse engineer, alter, enhance or in any way exploit any of the Messy Monkey Makers materials in any manner such as use of ideas in a public place, promotional event without permission from the copyright holders.
Data Protection: The information on registration form contains personal data. Messy Monkey Makers will record, process and keep your personal information secure in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679. Information will not be passed/sent out to a third party.
Equal Opportunities: Messy Monkey Makers in accordance with all relevant legislation, to provide equality of opportunity for all children and families and take positive action to eliminate discrimination in all areas of their work, including:
- Disability Discrimination Act 1995, 2005
- Race Relations Act 1976 + Amendment 2000
- Sex Discrimination Act 1986
- Children Act 1989, 2004
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Act 2001
- The Equality Act 2006, 2010
If you have any questions relating to this policy please Contact Us