This template documents is a set of legal terms and conditions for running a breakfast club. It is designed for use by childcare professionals supplying childcare services in the form of a before-school breakfast club.
When running a breakfast club you'll want to be sure that the parents/carers of the children you will be caring for understand exactly what you will provide and their obligations. This Breakfast Club Terms and Conditions template sets these details out clearly and precisely and takes into account the particular requirements of providing before school child care including:
- walking child to school grounds
- provision of breakfast.
An optional application form is included, for you to give to parents to fill in prior to their child attending the breakfast club. The form asks them to provide details of their child and requirements and includes a signing clause to indicate they agree to your terms and conditions. You would include a copy of the standard terms and conditions along with the application form. Details of how to customise the terms and conditions document to suit your business are included.
It's important that you bring your terms and conditions to the attention of the parents in a way which will allow them to be incorporated into the contract. A sensible way of doing this is to set out your terms and conditions on the back of the application form, with a 'see reverse for terms and conditions' reference on the front.
If your breakfast club is run in England then you will probably have to register as a day-care provider with Ofsted. The relevant registration body in Scotland is the Care Inspectorate.
This Breakfast Club Terms and Conditions document can be used in England and Wales or Scotland. It includes the following clauses:
- service and delivery
- term dates
- opening times
- age of child
- change of session
- customer obligation
- breakfast club obligations
- sickness and medical information
- child details
- absence and collection
- personal property
- compliants policy
- warranties and liabilities.