Welcome to Next Level Collaboration! We are very excited to work with you and your child over the coming weeks. If you have any questions about this consent form, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
The Next Level Collaboration program uses carefully selected, age-appropriate commercially produced video games to develop practical skills for collaboration and teamwork in neurodivergent children, or other children who may benefit from extra support.
As part of our program, Next Level Collaboration uses video modelling to help teach these skills. This means that all participating children will be filmed playing the selected video game each week, and the footage will be shown to the group as part of reflection and feedback. This footage will be kept confidential and will not be published or shared with anyone outside the program. Each week’s footage will only be used in the following week’s session, and will be deleted after it has been used for reflection and feedback.
At Next Level Collaboration, the safety and wellbeing of the children that we work with is crucial. This means that we require participating children to be dropped off and picked up by a parent or guardian when attending our program. Our full Child Safe Policy and related procedures can be downloaded from your dashboard on our website.
At the end of each session, we allow a small amount of time for free play where participants can play games of their choice. Children are welcome to bring their own devices and games to use during free play, however any games brought to Next Level Collaboration sessions must be rated PG or below to maintain a family-friendly, safe, and inclusive environment for everyone. Please be aware that use of personal devices during free play is at your own risk, and we do not accept responsibility for any personal devices, games, or gaming accessories that may be lost or damaged during session time.
By submitting your application form you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agree to the above information, and give your informed consent for your child to participate in Next Level Collaboration.