Holiday Programme
Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions



  • Parents must provide their full contact details on the enrolment form, including an email address for billing purposes. Any changes to the information given must be notified to the Your Corps office.

  • Payment for our holiday programme must be made before attending. This is done by purchasing an event ticket, which also doubles as an enrolment form.



Schedule of fees

The fee for our holiday programme is $35.00 per 3.5 hour session (sign up for as many of the 3 x sessions available through the day as you like!)

  • Your Corps reserves the right to make any amendment to the fees schedule as required. All charges are correct at the time of publication of this schedule and should be confirmed with Your Corps on enrolment.

No refunds will be issued due to
 absences. Cancelations will not be accepted, unless notified no less than one week prior your relative event took place, and only if we have managed to fill your vacancy. We have severely limited space, therefore once someone has purchased a ticket, that computer becomes unavailable to anyone else, therefore makes it extremely difficult for us to find a replacement within short notice.


  • Attendees are expected at the Your Corps ‘Corps Class’ on the designated days unless the office staff have been notified in advance of the child’s absence.

  • Notify the office or Your Corps mobile (0273339452) by 2pm the previous day if your child is not attending. No refunds will be issued due to absences. 

  • Children are required to find their own way or be delivered to the venue by a parent of guardian.



Collecting children-end of day

  • Children are to be collected by 6:00pm daily.

  • Ensure that your child/ren are signed out when picked up from Your Corps ‘Corps Class’ and staff notified.

  • A Late Collection Fee may be charged for any child/ren collected after this time. This fee is $20 per each 15 minutes.





  • Parents/caregivers must notify the Your Corps office or text the cell phone 0273339452 of the non attendance/absence of your child/ren by 2 pm on the day concerned. No refunds will be issued for any absentees.


  • Your Corps will ascertain the whereabouts of all children whose attended is expected unless notification has been given to the contrary.

  • In the event that any of those children do not arrive at the holiday programme as expected, the staff will follow up with the parents/caregivers to ascertain the child’s whereabouts.

  • Your Corps takes no responsibility for any child/ren’s arrival at Corps Class if their attendance has not previously been notified to the Your Corps staff.


Authorized persons

  • Only authorized persons (as indicated on the enrolment form) will be allowed to collect children from the Your Corps ‘Corps Class’.

  • Any changes to a child’s authorized persons must be made in writing to Your Corps. An adult not known to Your Corps must provide identification.

  • Parents/caregivers with custody orders must provide a copy to Your Corps.

  • In the case of a non-custodial person arriving to collect the child, Your Corps will contact the Police and provide and copy of the order for the police to enforce. A child will not be permitted to go home with a parent/caregiver in contravention of a custody/court order held at Your Corps.

  • In the event of a non-custodial parent gaining access to a child, Your Corps cannot be held liable.


  • Your Corps has the right to inquire at the School of the perspective attendee before accepting the child into the OSCAR program.


  • If asked by Your Corps, parents/caregivers will agree to remove their child from the programme if their child’s behaviour is consistently harmful to the child or other children or parents/caregivers.


  • If the child has any medical condition, develops a medical condition or is on medication, Your Corps must be notified.

  • If medication is to be administered to the child, this must be clearly labelled with the child’s name and the expiry date of the medication.

  • Parents/caregiver should not send the child to Your Corps ‘Corps Class’ if the child is unwell.

  • Your Corps staff may at their discretion refuse to accept a child who they think is too unwell to attend the ‘Corps Class’. In this event the parent/caregiver will be notified.

  • In the event of an emergency, Your Corps staff will administer first aid and seek emergency treatment if necessary. If medical help is required by a doctor, parents/caregivers are to cover the cost.


  • Parents/caregivers and children should feel free to discuss any queries or problems with staff.

  • Parents/caregivers are welcome to arrange an appointment to speak with the Manager.

  • A copy of the complaints procedure can be found on our complaints policy page, by following the link at the bottom of the 'Programme Information' page, or by clicking here.


  • All personal information provided to Your Corps is confidential and will not be used for any other purpose other than enrolment.



  • Your Corps bears no liability for any loss or damage to any child, or property (by way of accident, injury, theft or otherwise) arising out of attendance to this program.



Parent/caregiver Information



The program is structured around 20 state-of-the-art computers setup ready to go on arrival, ready for the kids to play multiplayer video games with one another socially. Children operating our computers offer a unique learning opportunity to discover more about how they work, and co-coordinating with their peers to offer the best entertainment experience. Afternoon tea is also provided during each event (*enrolments must have enrolled no less than 48 hours prior to attending to have food provided, otherwise they must bring their own). 



To provide a safe, supportive, and reliable holiday programme environment for children, where all Primary School aged children and Intermediate aged children are able to be involved in activities and experiences that keep them interested.



Children may come to Your Corps ‘Corps Class’ on a regular basis, however we only have a limited number of computers available, and some enrolments may not be accepted if we don't have space.


Your Corps provides a safe and affordable service for parents and children, ensuring that all children expected to attend ‘Corps Class’ will be accounted for. In the event that any of those children do not arrive at ‘Corps Class’ as expected, the staff will follow up with parents/caregivers to ascertain the child’s whereabouts. Non-attendance without notification will be charged.



Enrolment is as simple as purchasing a ticket online at our website and filling out all the required fields. You are welcome to visit ‘Corps Class’ at any time with your child/ren.



All the School’s rules must be adhered to along with the ‘Corps Class’ rules as displayed in the premises.



We use behaviour management techniques that encourage positive self-esteem and development. It is our goal to ensure that children and their families experience an environment where they feel safe, secure, respected and their dignity is protected. This is done through the use of positive reinforcement and a stimulating and varied program to ensure children are kept engaged in activities. Every effort is made to help your child settle into the program.





A copy of the Your Corps ‘Corps Class’ policy and procedures is available on our website, at the bottom of the 'Programme Information' page, or by clicking here.


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All intellectual property in the HULISK computer system with built-in monitor, including design registrations in New Zealand, Europe and the US, is wholly owned by James Wards.  All intellectual property in the YOUR CORPS and HULISK trade marks, the Character Mascots and all sub-brands and logos, including all trade mark registrations and copyright, is wholly owned by James Wards.  No third party is permitted to use or copy any of these elements without the prior written consent of James Wards.