1. Is it possible to do a free trial?
2. What does my child need to bring/wear to SKS?
3. What happens in wet weather?
4. Can my child join your program mid term?
5. What happens if my child is sick or we are away?
6. What is the coach to child ratio in a SKS class?
7. What qualifications do the SKS staff have?
8. What is the procedure for paying?

 

1. Is it possible to do a free trial?

We offer free trials at any of our time slots. Bookings are essential and places are subject to availability.

2. What does my child need to bring/wear to SKS?

Remember to bring a hat and a drink bottle with just water in it (to avoid any confusion please make sure the bottle has your child’s name on it).

Please dress your child appropriately

  • Comfortable clothes i.e. a t-shirt, jumper, shorts, tracksuit pants
  • Sneakers or similar
  • shoes must be enclosed
  • NO CROCS, SANDALS OR THONGS PLEASE!

 

3. What happens in wet weather?

The clubhouses at our locations are available for us to run a modified indoor program so classes will run rain, hail or shine.

If we need to cancel a class due to unforeseen circumstances you will receive a text message with as much notice as possible and you will be able to organise a make up class.

4. Can my child join your program mid term?

You are welcome to join SKS at any time during the term, subject to availability. You will only be charged for the remaining weeks in the term.

5. What happens if my child is sick or we are away?

We are happy to offer make up classes if you are unable to attend a class due to illness or you are away. Make up classes must be done within the same term as the class missed. We cannot provide a refund for any classes missed. Bookings are essential for this.

Please contact Luke or Rochelle to book a make up.

6. What is the coach to child ratio in a SKS class?

Our class capacity is 8 children per coach.

7. What qualifications do the SKS staff have?

The Super Kids Sports program is designed and implemented by:

Rochelle Sangster – Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Human Movement and Health Education.

Luke Penning – Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science.

Between the two of us we have over 20 years experience in the industry.

The SKS staff are very experienced, fully trained and all get screened through the “working with children” check.

8. What is the procedure for paying?

Payment is required upfront for the term and is due during the re-enrolment period if you are a returning customer or before your child’s first class for any new bookings.

Our methods of payment are:

  • Credit card (Mastercard and VISA only)
  • EFTPOS
  • Cash

Our website also allows you to log on and complete payment online.