Videoconference Stream Recording

Now from time to time the tutor takes photos or videos of the activities inside the classroom. The focus is on the subject matter, rarely on the students themselves. Also, sometimes we like to capture the student’s activities to share with our parent community.

You decide whether your children are recognisable on the media material by giving us permission or prohibition during the registration process.

From time to time the media (local newspapers, TV) may be in a Junior Coding Club’s classroom to cover various functions. On occasion, while covering these events, children are interviewed and/or photographed and/or filmed.

You can withdraw consent to photo and video recordings at any time by contacting our data protection officer directly. E-Mail: privacy@educody.com.

Photo and video recordings

Now from time to time the tutor takes photos or videos of the activities inside the classroom. The focus is on the subject matter, rarely on the students themselves. Also, sometimes we like to capture the student’s activities to share with our parent community.

You decide whether your children are recognisable on the media material by giving us permission or prohibition during the registration process.

From time to time the media (local newspapers, TV) may be in a Junior Coding Club’s classroom to cover various functions. On occasion, while covering these events, children are interviewed and/or photographed and/or filmed.

You can withdraw consent to photo and video recordings at any time by contacting our data protection officer directly. E-Mail: privacy@educody.com.

Video Recording for internal Training

It is our goal to provide the best possible experience and education. Thus, Junior Coding Club may occasionally record part of or a full class for quality assurance and training purposes. Such a recording, if performed, would be stored in a company controlled account and accessible only to authorised supervisors. The recording would be used purely for internal class quality review or for training of new instructors. No video, audio, still images or quotes from such recording would be used outside of such purpose. Any recording would be kept for a maximum of one year and then will be permanently deleted, with the exception of any short segment that would be included into internal training. None of the recordings would include names of the participants. This consent is valid for any current and future programs you or your child participate in with Junior Coding Club.

Media Capture

I hereby authorise Junior Coding Club to publish photographs taken of me and/or my registered minor children for use in Junior Coding Club’s printed publications and websites. I release Junior Coding Club from any expectation of confidentiality for my registered minor children and myself. I acknowledge that participation in publications and websites produced by Junior Coding Club confers no rights of ownership. I release Junior Coding Club and its employees from liability for any claims by me or any third party in connection with my participation or the participation of the registered minor children.

Classroom Visiting Policy

Parents/Guardians of our students are more than welcome to sit in on classes to observe; We ask that observers maintain a quite by-stander perspective. If the presence of the parents are distracting to the students or the class, we reserve the right to ask the parent to wait in the reception area until class is over.

If we have to cancel a class

In the event we do not meet our minimum enrollment count for a camp or live-online course, we will cancel the activity & notify you of an alternate class based on availability or the choice of a refund of the class that was cancelled.  If in the unlikely event the Junior Coding Club has to cancel a camp or live-online course, refunds will be processed within 5-7 business days from the date of cancellation if an alternate class is not chosen or available.  If a class is canceled midway (for reasons beyond our control), we will provide a prorated refund for the remaining classes.

Accident and Medical Release

By registering for classes with the Junior Coding Club you agree, except as expressly identified by you, (the student, parent or guardian),  in the check out registration form, that you are not aware of any health or medical conditions the student may have that would suggest to you that the student should not be a participant in the classes operated or provided by the Junior Coding Club.  You have not been advised by a qualified health care provider, or otherwise, that the student should not participate in any of our classes or activities.
As a result of enrolling in classes with the Junior Coding Club, all efforts will be made to educate and protect the students, while under our care.  We will watch over them, as if they were our own.  However, by enrolling student(s) in classes with Junior Coding Club and selecting the – I’ve read and accept the terms & conditions – checkbox during the check out process, you hereby and irrevocably waive, release and discharge Junior Coding Club, including all of its employees, directors, officers, agents, trustees, representatives, contractors, sub-contractors, volunteers, other participants and/or members, predecessors, successors and assigns these “Releasees”, for and from any and all injury, harm and/or damages of any kind, howsoever caused or arising, including those arising from the Releasees’ own negligence, as well as any and all liability arising from, or related to, directly or indirectly, the student’s death, disability, personal injury, property damage or property theft, and any other claims for damages the student or you may have now or in the future, including those related directly or indirectly to the student’s participation in the classes.  I understand that these terms will be used against you in any proceeding in which you make any claim of any kind against the Releasees, on your own or on behalf of, or as a representative of, the student.

Bullying Policy

“Bullying” means any written, verbal, graphic, or physical act that a student or group of students exhibits toward other particular student(s) and the behavior causes mental or physical harm to the other student(s); and is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for the other student(s).
In the event, a representative of Junior Coding Club, witness bullying with our own eyes, we address it instantly. We have a “3 Strikes and Your Out” policy. The first strike, we will pull the children aside and have a talk with all parties involved finding out the facts. On the 2nd bullying incident, we will ask the parents to pick the child up. If your child is the aggressor, we ask the parents to encourage their child to write a note to the victim, which includes an apology, bring it to class next time, hopefully with a fist pump, hand shake or hug to make everything all good. If there is a 3rd incident, the instigator of the bullying be asked to leave the premises where the classes are held and will be banned from attending any future Junior Coding Club classes. A prorated refund will be given for any remaining classes the student did not attend, excluding the day the last bullying incident occurred.