Terms and Conditions
To register your child/children at Barney’s Club, please complete the registration form which
you can download at
www.barneysclub.co.uk or get from the Club Manager. This should be
returned to the Club Manager.
We prefer parents to book their regular hours at the start of each term so that we can employ
appropriate numbers of staff. Sessions can be cancelled without charge ONLY if 48 hours notice
is given. This applies to Before School, After-school and Holiday Club sessions.
It is essential that you inform the school of the days on which your child will attend Barney's Club
and that your child knows where they are going at the end of the school day. If someone other
than the child’s parent is collecting them, please inform tBarney's Club in advance.
Parents collecting children after our 6.00pm closing time will incur a surcharge of £2.00 for
each 5 minutes late.
Barney's Club does not accept liability for accidental injury or loss of property. We maintain
insurance required by law and copies of all documentation are available for inspection at the
Club during opening hours. Please note that Barney's Club is not insured after 6.00pm.
- Barney's Club has a duty to report suspected child abuse/neglect.
All Club policies are available for inspection and it is the responsibility of parents/carers to
make themselves familiar with these policies and procedures. These form the basis of our
operations and parents/carers are expected to abide by the guidance and rules contained
Fees are calculated on a calendar month and are invoiced in arrears. Payment must be made
within two weeks of receipt of the invoice by cheque, on-line or in cash. Payments are made to our
Administration Officer as directed on invoices or to our Club Manager. The Club reserves the right to
exclude children if fees remain unpaid. Please ask for a copy of our fees and payments policy.
- Fees are reviewed annually by the committee and one month’s written notice will be given on any change.
THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF ENGLAND AND WALES.