Terms and Conditions
Classes are only accessible to students who are enrolled on the course. You are considered to be enrolled once your course fees have been paid in full.
All students attending classes or workshops at Kingham Jewellery School must be 16 or over, unless otherwise stated in the course information.
To ensure you have a space booked we require payment in full prior to the start date of the course.
Booking via the website – Clicking on a booking button will take you through our third-party booking site where online payments can be placed. We accept all popular debit and credit cards.
If you prefer not to pay via the internet other payment options are available. For further information please contact us directly.
To begin the checkout process you must confirm you have read and accept our Terms and Conditions by ticking a small check box.
Please read our cancellation policy in full prior to booking any of our courses.
You may transfer your booking to another course of the same value up to 7 days prior to the course start date. Please note, only 1 transfer per booking is permitted.
It is the responsibility of the attendee to ensure they can commit to all dates listed on their course booking as unfortunately there will be no opportunity to make up missed classes. This ensures a focused learning environment and minimises disruption to fellow students.
We do not offer partial refunds for missed classes.
We offer a range of materials for students to purchase on site. You can pay for these on the day of purchase. Otherwise you will be billed at 1/2 term if the amount is greater than £20.00 or at the end of term for the full amount.
The content of this website and all information given to you by Kingham Jewellery School is for your general use and information only. We reserve the right to change any of our content at any time.
All material contained in this website and belonging to Kingham Jewellery School must not be duplicated, copied or reproduced without expressed consent from Kingham Jewellery School.
None of the above affects your statutory rights