Fees

  • ALL tuition fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • FULL term tuition fee must be paid before the commencement of the class. NEW students who enroll with THINK PURPLE after Week 1 of the school term will pay the pro-rata rate of the total fee.
  • NO refunds are given for missed classes for any reason.
  • Fees on current missed class MUST not be deducted from next school term tuition fee.Pro-rata amount of fees may be allowed only once a year if the student has to be absent for three consecutive weeks or more due to family vacations or emergencies. This applies only to students who have already been with THINK PURPLE for over eighteen months.

Make-Up Class

  • No more than TWO make-up classes are allowed per school term.No make-up class will be provided if notification of absence is not received at least ONE hour prior to the beginning of class. This policy also applies to scheduled make-up classes.
  • Make-up class must be scheduled in advance and is limited to existing class times only.
  • Make-up class is subject to availability of slots and classes.
  • Make-up class must be attended within FOUR weeks of the date of absence, or it will be forfeited. If the make-up class falls on term break, it can be carried over to the next school term.
  • Make-up class is non transferable

Class Rules

  • Students should be dropped off/pickup within 5 minutes of starting and finishing times.please do not drop off/pick up your children more than 10 minutes prior to the start or finish of the class. THINK PURPLE is not responsible for your child outside of class times.
  • THINK PURPLE holds no responsibility for students’ clothes. Please provide old clothes for your child. Aprons are available for use but paint found on school uniforms is not the responsibility of the studio
  • Students are expected to respect other students work and property
  • Students deemed to be exhibiting inappropriate and disruptive behaviour will be asked to be picked up from class early

Media

From time to time we take photos during class of students and artworks. These photos are used for THINK PURPLE’S promotional purposes such as press advertising, brochures, social media, editorials and websites. These photos will never be sold and will be used exclusively by and for THINK PURPLE. As a Condition of Enrolment your consent is implied. Should you not wish for us to take and use photos of you, your child or your artwork please notify us in writing.

Hi I’m Alisa. I am 18 years old and recently graduated from Banora Point High School. I am currently working at a local cafe until I figure out what path I want to take career wise.

I’m always dreaming about fashion so in my spare time I’m thrifting for some unique pieces to rework and add to my overflowing wardrobe. DIYing accessories and jewellery are another one of my hobbies – my latest project being the rings made of spoons that I have now decorated my hands with.

During High School, Kay’s art space was my comfort zone – I am hoping that I can recreate that same safe space for the youth of our community. To guide them through the same journey I just went through and be like an older sister to them haha. I was lucky enough to have a few mentor type figures like Kay but didn’t really have someone around my age that were outside my close circle of friends and family that I could express my feelings too.

In a nutshell, that’s what I hope to offer here – to lend an ear, have a chat, listen to some good music and make some cool art.

Hello everyone, my name is Bindi :)

I am 18 years old and have just finished high school at Banora.

Art has always been a part of my life and sharing the love I have for creating with young adults is both an unbelievable opportunity and a great enjoyment.

The reason why I am here is to hopefully be a person that my younger self needed, and with a space like think purple and the inspiring kay helping me I am more than excited to get creative

A little bit about myself is that I used to competitively swim and was lucky enough to compete and medal at nationals. But now over a year has passed since I stopped due to the loss of passion.

I found with swimming that it has taught me lessons that I’ll cherish forever, and even when I stopped swimming that was probably the greatest lesson of all.

Right now I still have no clue on what path I want to go down, but I know for sure I love talking and connecting with young people (probably because I am giant kid myself) and creating art.

Kindest regards Bindi xox

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