Trial classes are available for all children's classes
Fees payable by the term in advance or by monthly direct debit (12 payments per year)
Classes cost £80+ per term, depending on the class
Sibling & multiple class discount: 10% off the full price
One-off registration fee: £20
Terms & Conditions
Registration is necessary before taking part in a trial class.
Fees are due during the first week of the term. Late payment will incur the charge of £10 to be added to your bill. If fees are not paid by the beginning of the third week, children will be taken off the register and will not be allowed to participate in class. Invoices are emailed before the start of the term and subject to late fees even if the email was left unopened.
All children's classes are running as a course, please contact me before joining. No cancellations or refunds after purchase.
A pianist might be employed to accompany the classes, notice will be given beforehand.
All ADA Ballet classes for Children follow the Imperial Classical Ballet syllabus from the ISTD. Exams are optional, please discuss this with me first. We will hold open classes/performances at the end of each term.
Ballet Class Etiquette
Please arrive in time for class, allowing plenty of time to change & visit the restroom.
Parents/carers are responsible for their child outside class times. Please keep your voice down in the changing area & wait for the class outside the dancing area. Please respect our students and do not observe the classes. No filming or photography allowed.
Children are expected to wear the uniform following their first half term attendance. For health and safety, no jewellery is to be worn in class and hair should be tied back. No outdoor shoes allowed on the dance floor.
Last updated on 25 May 2018
Use of your information and your preferences
Aniko’s Dance Academy will only process (collect, store and use) the information you provide to us in a manner compatible with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We are committed to ensuring that the information we collect and use is appropriate for the purposes listed below and does not constitute an invasion of your privacy. We are also committed to applying rigorous security measures when managing your data to minimise the risk of unauthorised access or disclosure.
By attending a trial class, filling in a contact form on our website - www.AnikosDanceAcademy.co.uk or signing up for a dance course, you agree and accept that we may gather, process, store and/or use the personal data submitted in accordance with the terms set below.
If you are under the age of 16, Aniko’s Dance Academy will not collect or process your details unless we have also received the consent of an adult who has parental responsibility for you.
You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time unless by doing so you prevent us from delivering the service you signed up to. To withdraw consent for the storage and processing of your data, please write to email@example.com.
Personal Data Collected
Identity and contact details of the data processor
Personal data collected by us and stored via our website or mobile app is processed on our behalf by Dancebiz, a Thinksmart software
Purposes of processing and legal basis
We use the personal data submitted to us only in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation. Our employees are under an obligation to respect your data privacy.
We may send you marketing information by e-mail or sms about products and services which we believe may be of interest to you. However, we will only do so with your prior consent and will always provide the ability to review, change your preferences or unsubscribe with immediate effect. You can also make your request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data we collect
When you join our dance classes, the following personal data is collected and processed in accordance with purpose and legal basis described above: email, title, first name, last name, postal address, contact telephone numbers, gender, date of birth, attendance history, photograph.
Obtaining or changing your details
Aniko’s Dance Academy can confirm to you the details of any personal data we hold about you and how it is processed on your request. You may also ask us to correct or delete personal information we hold about you at any time, so long as this information is not required in order to fulfil our service to you.
For more information, request your details or advise us of any changes, please either:
Send an email to email@example.com or;
Write to us at: 316b Park Road London N8 8LA
We may require that your request be accompanied by a photocopy of proof of identity or authority, such as a driving license or passport.
Third party disclosures
Your information may be passed to and used by other companies. We will only pass your
personal data on to third-party service providers contracted to Aniko’s Dance Academy for the purpose of providing our service to you. Any third parties that we may share your data with are obliged to keep your details securely, and to use them only to fulfil the service they provide you on our behalf. When they no longer need your data to fulfil this service, they will dispose of your details.
We will never pass your personal information to anyone else, except where we are required or permitted to do so by law, for any successors in title to our business and suppliers that process information on our behalf both in the UK and abroad. We may also use and disclose information in aggregate (so that no individual customers are identified) for marketing and strategic development purposes.
What data is stored
Parent/Guardian name, address, contact details, student name, date of birth, medical information, special educational needs information, emergency contact details, consent to photograph and video for students.
Parent contact details will be used only to email relevant communications pertaining to their child’s class or course, invoicing and newsletters holding important information and term dates. Telephone numbers may be used as a secondary form of contact for urgent or important information.
Student names, dates of birth, medical information, special educational needs information and emergency contact information are required for health and safety and child protection purposes.
Student information including name and date of birth will be provided to the ISTD examinations board, should a parent consent to their child taking an examination. Students over 16 are required to provide photographic ID when taking vocational examinations with the ISTD.
Staff and Teachers
As an employer, ADA is required to hold data on its staff and teachers; names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, date of birth, National Insurance Numbers, photographic ID, right to work, bank details. This information is also required for Disclosure and Barring Service checks (DBS).
2) The right of access
All students, participants, parents, staff and room renters have the right to know what personal information is held about them.
Individuals can find out if we hold any personal information by asking. ADA will provide response within 1 month. If we do hold information about you we will:
give you a description of it.
tell you why we are holding it.
tell you who it could be disclosed to.
let you have a copy of the information in an intelligible form.
3) The right to erasure
All students, participants, parents and staff have the right to withdraw their consent for their personal data to be retained at any time, where there is no compelling reason for its continued use such as HMRC records, Child Protection Records, etc.
Once the legal retention period has elapsed, records will be securely destroyed and any paper records shredded.
*To withdraw or request information, contact 07789 605 166 or
*Please be advised, if a parent wishes to withdraw personal information while their child is still enrolled in classes with ADA, this may affect their ability to continue in classes due to health and safety and child protection reasons.
4) The right to restrict processing
All students, participants, parents and staff can object to ADA processing their data. This means that records can be stored but must not be used in any way, for example for exam submissions, reports or communications.
5) The right to data portability
ADA requires data to be transferred from one IT system to another such as dance and music associations for examinations. Teachers use class registers held on a cloud system where only the students’ name, age and any relevant medical information is disclosed. Registers are held on the DanceBiz App and are password protected. In cases where online systems fail, paper registers will be used by teachers and securely shredded once the information on attendance is transferred to the computer system.
6) The right to object
All students, participants, parents and staff can object to their data being used for certain activities like marketing or research.
7) The right not to be subject to automated decision-making including profiling.
Automated decisions and profiling are used for marketing based organisations and in some organisations for the purposes of staff recruitment. ADA does not use personal data for such purposes.
HOW ADA COLLECTS AND STORES DATA
All previous paper copies of children’s and staff records are digitised, stored securely and shredded. Information about individual children is used in certain documents; a weekly register, medication forms, referrals to external agencies and disclosure forms. These documents include children’s names, dates of birth and addresses. These records are shredded after the relevant retention period.
ADA stores personal data held visually in photographs or video clips or as sound recordings, only when written consent has been given. No names are stored with images in photo albums, displays, on the website or on ADA’s social media sites.
Access to all computers, tablets and mobile phones are password protected. Access to Google Drive and DanceBiz database software is password protected. When a member of staff leaves the company, these passwords are changed.
All students, participants, parents, staff and room renters have the right to complain to the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office), if they believe there is a problem with how their data is handled.