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Tiered Pricing for Classes

Tiered Pricing helps make our classes open to more people. Read the guidance below to help you decide what you should pay:  ‘Standard Price’, ‘Accessible Price’ or ‘Supported Price’. You won’t be asked for any proof / ID. We just ask and trust that you are honest and will consider paying what you can afford at this time.

 

Our classes are not publically funded. We solely rely on booking fees and private donations to be sustainable. If you have the means, you can also decide to help others to attend by making a one-off or regular donation.

Which price should you pay?

Class Prices

Standard Price

Single Class

£20

Accessible Price

Single Class

£15

Supported Price

Single Class

£10

Standard Price

Course of 6 Classes

£100

Last class comes free!

Accessible Price

Course of 6 Classes

£75

Last class comes free!

Supported Price

Course of 6 Classes

£50

Last class comes free!

Standard Price

Book 5 or More Single Classes in a Term

10% off

Accessible Price

Book 5 or More Single Classes in a Term

Get 10% off

Supported Price

Book 5 to 6 Single Classes in a Term

Get 10% off

Standard Price

Standard-Classes

Consider paying the STANDARD PRICE if some of the following statements apply to you.

 

  • I can comfortably meet all of my basic needs*

  • I may have some debt but it doesn’t prohibit the attainment of basic needs

  • My income is above the monthly living wage

  • I choose not to work

  • I am financially supported by my spouse, ex or extended family

  • I have access to financial savings or stand to inherit wealth

  • I have ample disposable income**

  • I have a relatively high degree of earning power (that may be due to my education level or other privileges associated with white normativity, gender, citizenship status, class background, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical ability, or other areas of discrimination).

Accessible Price

Accessible-Classes

Consider paying the ACCESSIBLE PRICE if some of the following statements apply to you.

  • I frequently worry about meeting basic needs* and don’t always achieve them.

  • I have debt and it sometimes prohibits me from meeting my basic needs.

  • I rent lower-end properties or have unstable housing.

  • My monthly income is less than the living wage.

  • I am self-employed and my earnings are low, irregular and uncertain.

  • I am a student without the privilege of family support.

  • I only have a little disposable income after paying my necessary monthly bills.**

  • I qualify for government assistance, e.g. benefits, local welfare schemes.

  • I access voluntary assistance.

  • I have no or very little savings to speak of.

  • I have very limited disposable income.**

  • I belong to the global majority.***

*BASIC NEEDS include food, housing, clothing, transport and medical needs.

 

**DISPOSABLE INCOME is what you have left over after covering your basic needs. It might mean you are able to eat or drink out, go to the cinema or theatre, travel, buy new clothes, books or similar items each month.

*** We refer to the GLOBAL MAJORITY as people who are Black, Asian, Brown, dual-heritage, indigenous to the global south, and/or have been previously referred to as 'BAME' or 'ethnic minorities'.

Supported Classes

Supported Price

Consider paying the SUPPORTED PRICE if any following statements apply to you.

N.B. There are only up to 2 'Supported Places' available per class

  • I am a carer or have very limited means as the sole or non-maintained provider of my household.

  • My circumstances do not allow me to work and I am restricted by a small personal allowance.

  • I am impacted by state violence or domestic abuse (e.g. you are a refugee, asylum seeker, or otherwise impacted by the criminal or social justice system).

  • My only income is my state pension.

  • I actually have no disposable income or access to public funds. 

    • In this instance, please contact us and we will try to arrange extra special support.

Donate

Donate-Classes

Consider making a donation if you have ample disposable income, or have benefitted from our lower prices in the past and are now in a more comfortable financial position.

 

By making a one-off or regular donation, you will help us to keep our current tiered pricing sustainable, and by doing so, you will be helping us to improve the mental health, wellbeing, and difficult circumstances of others by making life more creative, sociable and pleasurable.

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