Access to the site and use of the services
Poppin Code offers online learning services to students in Australia, and Australian law applies to your use of this site and these terms and conditions.
Any actively registered student has access to all of the courses on Poppin Code. This access comes in the form of a student username and password, and is for the sole use of the student registered on the system. Students are responsible for protecting their usernames and passwords from unauthorised use, and they must not share their access details with other people.
Students are registered and registration is paid for by parents/guardians or schools. This results in the creation of a parent/guardian or school account which is linked to the student’s account. Parents/guardians and schools must protect their username and password details, as these details not only contain information on the parent/guardian/school and potential billing information, but this access also gives a summary of their students’ data and the ability to change their students’ passwords.
Any students, parents, guardians or school staff which we reasonably suspect of misusing the Poppin Code site or login details (e.g. hacking, sharing login details with non-subscribers, etc) may have their access terminated without notice and/or their account closed. Any payments already made will be forfeit.
When a subscription period ends, unless that subscription has been renewed, access to the services will be automatically terminated without notice. Subscriptions are set by default to automatically renew. The account holder can change the auto-renewal settings at any time.
We reserve the right to temporarily suspend access at any time if we consider there is good reason (eg to undertake maintenance or prevent a hacking attempt). We may also require you to change your password or login details at any time for security reasons.
Content on the site
The materials on the site, including without limitation all the information, text, videos, worksheets, graphics, activities, tools, names, logos and trade marks, are owned by Poppin Code and protected by copyright and trade mark laws, and other laws, unless indicated otherwise within the content on the site.
Except as expressly permitted by law, you must not make copies, modifications, reproductions or in any way republish, distribute or make available any of the learning content in this site. If you wish to reproduce any of these materials for use outside of the Poppin Code system, then you must contact us at email@example.com to request our written consent.
Some courses contain downloadable resources such as 3D models and artwork. These resources are available for students to use in creating projects along with the courses on Poppin Code, and students may also use these for their own non-commercial personal projects. We are happy for you to use social media to share your personal projects that use our resources, but please credit us with any of the resources that you are using (e.g. “3D village objects created by Poppin Code – www.poppincode.com.au”)
If you wish to use any of the Poppin Code lesson resources (e.g. 3D models) inside a commercial project or on a digital marketplace (including both paid and free distribution) such as the App Store, Google Play, or Steam, then you must contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request our written consent.
Poppin Code is a subscription site. A subscription must be paid for each student. Subscription provides access for that student to all the courses, lessons, activities and resources on the site for the subscription period. Payment must be provided by credit card.
Parents/guardians/schools who register students are also provided with a login which enables them, as the account holder, to add and cancel subscriptions, observe their students’ progress and manage account information.
Subscriptions are charged from the date they are made, and are set by default to automatically renew. The account holder can change the auto-renewal settings at any time.
Rights and exclusions
Poppin Code has taken reasonable care to ensure that the site is free from errors, omissions, viruses and harmful code (‘Problems’). However Poppin Code:
- does not provide any warranties or representations that this site (or any other site referred to on this site) is free from Problems or that the services provided are fit for any particular purpose, and all such warranties and representations are expressly excluded to the extent permitted by law; and
- accepts no responsibility for any loss, cost, damage or expense suffered or incurred by any person as a result of accessing the site or using its services, including as a result of negligence.
Users of Poppin Code must make, and are deemed to have made, their own enquiries and satisfied themselves that the services are suitable for their intended purpose.
Poppin Code excludes all liability to the extent permitted by law. To the extent liability is unable to be excluded by law, Poppin Code’s liability is limited to refunding the applicable portion of the subscription fee or resupplying the applicable services.
If you leave this site (including via a link provided on this website) you do so at your own risk. If you go to a linked third party website, the terms and conditions of the third party website will apply.
Use of the services requires users to have an internet connection which the user must obtain and pay for separately. Poppin Code will not be responsible, and will not refund any subscription, if the user’s internet connection is inadequate to use this site.
‘Poppin Code’ is a registered business name of Richard Vuckovic ABN 93 164 764 832.
For support issues, please refer to www.poppincode.com.au/support/
For all other enquiries, please contact:
phone: 02 6278 5693
PO Box 4032
Hawker ACT 2614