Artspip
Youth arts to grow the imagination


Terms and conditions

In all working situations in which the parent, carer or professional referring the child / young person stays present, this appropriate adult remains responsible for the child / young person’s wellbeing & welfare at all times.  

Beth Banner will occasionally provide arts and crafts materials which require safe behaviour by the children and young people, such as scissors, staplers, craft knives, pencils, sewing materials, etc.. It is the parent / carer / professionals responsibility to ensure that the child or young person have sufficient maturity and skills to use these resources safely under Beth Banner’s supervision.

Beth Banner will show her Enhanced CRB check (which is for employment with West Sussex County Council in 2012) to prospective clients, but will retain the original copy for her own files.

Occasionally Beth Banner’s services will incur extra costs. Beth will negotiate this with the organisation or private client and will agree a set cost which it then becomes their responsibility to pay promptly.

All organisations must pay invoices within 30 days.

All parents / carers must pay for Artspip workshops in advance. Unfortunately no refunds can be given for absences. When these clubs are run in school locations, Beth Banner will follow the school’s recommended practice for adult to child ratio, therefore the maximum number of places will be set by the school.

All parents/ carers must pay for  parties or private tuition in advance.  In all private working conditions, at least one other adult must be present and remain responsible at all times whilst Beth is working with child, children or young people.

In the case of parties or private tuition contracts, a 50 % deposit must be paid in advance.

If a child or young person is demonstrating unacceptable behaviour  (including physically, sexually, emotionally harassing behaviour, abuse to equipment or facilities) Beth Banner will work with parents, carers and professionals to negotiate how they are able to continue working in the youth arts workshop or service. However, if their behaviour becomes dangerous or abusive to themselves or others, including adults, Beth Banner will exclude the child or young person from the service and may call the police in the case of severe risk.

If Beth becomes aware of any potential child protection issues she will notify the local authorities.

Any personal data collected by Beth, such as contact details, will not be shared with any third parties without express consent.

All creative art work shown on this website is the copyright property of Beth Banner and cannot be reproduced without express permission which should be sought by writing to Beth Banner in person.