Classes generally run in line with the school term starting in week 1 for the duration of the school term. A 'catch up' class is usually run in the first week of the school holidays and is open to anyone who pays by the term and has missed one or more classes during the term. These classes are also open to casual attendees at the casual rate and are also great for people to use as their free come and try class before booking in for the following term.
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Notes On an Unhurried Journey - Professor T Ripaldi
When we adults think of children, there is a simple truth we ignore: childhood is not preparation for life; childhood is life. A child isn't getting ready to live; a child is living. The child is constantly confronted with the nagging question: "What are you going to be?" Courageous would be the youngster who, looking the adult squarely in the face, would say, "I'm not going to be anything, I already am." We adults would be shocked by such an insolent remark, for we have forgotten, if indeed we ever knew, that a child is an active participating and contributing member of society from the time he or she is born. Childhood isn't a time when he is molded into a human being who will then live life; he is a human who is living life. No child will miss the zest and joy of living unless these are denied him by adults who have convinced themselves that childhood is a period of preparation. How much heartache would we save ourselves if we would recognise the child as a partner with adults in the process of living rather than always viewing him as an apprentice. How much would we teach each other... Adults with the experience and children with their freshness... How full both our lives could be. A little child may not lead us, but at least we ought to discuss the trip with him; after all, life is his and her journey too.