Terms & conditions

Parents agree that by enrolling in our programme they are allowing their children to participate at their own risk.

In agreeing to attend a Ready Steady Go Kids programme I:

  • Release and forever discharge Ready Steady Go Kids from all claims that I may have or may have had arising from, or in connection with, my child and a Ready Steady Go Kids programme; and
  • Indemnify, will keep indemnified and hold harmless Ready Steady Go Kids, to the extent permitted by law in respect of any claim as a result of or in connection with a Ready Steady Go Kids programme.

I warrant that my child has not at any time suffered blackout, seizure, convulsion, fainting, dizzy spells or any other medical condition and is not presently receiving treatment for any illness, disorder or injury which would render it unsafe for my child to take part in a Ready Steady Go Kids programme. I have read and I consent for my child to participate in a Ready Steady Go Kids programme and understand the risk involved and further agree to be bound by the Ready Steady Go Kids Code of Conduct and operating rules.

I acknowledge that Ready Steady Go Kids uses its best endeavours to ensure that the equipment and sporting facilities used in the programme are safe and fit for purpose and acknowledge that all sports are inherently dangerous. I have voluntarily read and accept the inherent associated risks. “Ready Steady Go Kids” means all directors personally and in their capacity as a director, partners of directors, agents, and any representatives of Ready Steady Go Kids. “Ready Steady Go Kids Programme” include all programmes and activities that you or your child participate in during our courses and classes. This includes but is not limited to any organised sport, training, facilities and activities provided by Ready Steady Go Kids.

Timetable changes

All classes are subject to change. While Ready Steady Go Kids uses its best efforts to operate classes as per the timetable published on this website, in some instances changes are required due to fluctuations in demand. No guarantee is made that classes will run per the timetable. Any changes required will be communicated to those affected prior to the date classes commence.

Cancellation policy

By enrolling in our classes, you are committing to a service contract for a complete term. We do not offer refunds if there is an issue with the service that is outside of our control. i.e – a change of mind. We offer a FREE TRIAL to ensure that our customers are satisfied with our programme prior to enrolling.

Therefore, no refunds are available.

Make-up class policy

If your child is unable to attend a class, a make-up class may be available if we have had prior warning of non-attendance. We cannot guarantee there will be availability in all classes for a make-up class. A maximum of two (2) make-up classes per term are available. Make-up classes do not carry over to the next term and no credit is available for classes missed.

Uniform policy

Ready Steady Go Kids has a mandatory uniform policy with all enrolments (excluding trial-class enrolments) required to wear a Ready Steady Go Kids t-shirt & shorts set to class. There are many benefits associated with wearing a uniform and some of these are outlined on the Ready Steady Go Kids blog. To purchase a t-shirt & shorts set please contact the Ready Steady Go Kids representative.

Fee payment 

We only take bookings for an entire term and our fees are structured this way. Unfortunately, we cannot take casual bookings or pro-rata weeks you may be away. Please refer to our make-up class policy for missed classes. All fees must be paid before the commencement of each term. If fees are not paid by this time your child may not attend any class.

Parental participation

Parents and guardians are required to be present for the duration of each class. Ready Steady Go Kids is not a registered child care provider and is not therefore licensed to care for children without parental or guardian supervision.

We require parental participation for the GET READY (1.5-2.5yo) classes and the READY (2.5-3yo) classes to maintain class structure and focus. In many instances, classes are more beneficial for participants, and run more smoothly with the involvement of parents or guardians.

In the unlikely event that your child requires first aid during our classes, this will remain the responsibilty of the parent.

Sibling Policy

Siblings of enrolled children are not permitted to particpate in Ready Steady Go Kids classes. If you have siblings attending, you must ensure that they remain off the court and do not interfere with any equipment being used throughout the class duration.


From time to time your child may be photographed or video’d whilst undertaking a Ready Steady Go Kids class. Such media might be used for promotional purposes, including but not limited to reproduction on the Ready Steady Go Kids social media platform. By enrolling in the Ready Steady Go Kids programme you agree to such use by Ready Steady Go Kids. Parents are not to take videos or photographs that include other children in the class without the permission of that parent/guardian.

Food and drink

It is prohibited for food to be consumed during any Ready Steady Go Kids class. A majority of the facilities in which we operate our classes also ban food from being consumed on the court or playing arena. Any child found to be consuming food during a class will be asked to leave the court immediately.

Our classes are structured to include a drink break and we request that all children bring a drink bottle with them to each class.