Are they requiring you to submit a detailed class plan, listing techniques for each class, ingredients, tools, etc. and what they would like for you to teach?
Seems to me they would draw up a contract...
I'm sorry, I apologize. I keep looking at this post and until today haven't commented. Today, it got the better of me. Be careful and always cover yourself. I just have an inclination regarding parental permission, having them sign agreements, etc. Just please, if you proceed, be careful and make sure you are covered.
I do have many questions / suggestions regarding itinerary / class instruction... To me you should start out with basics, then build from there.
Have handouts printed and put at the table. Then you have introductions... This takes time, eats into your first class and hour.
(They are two classes a week, one hour each class.) The kids have to pile into the classroom, get situated... Not much can be done in this time frame.
I have more but I'll wait for your comments and for more comments from others.
Goodness, I was just reminded; maybe that's why I refrained from popping in to this post. Harry Potter - first class?! Who selected Potter? Goodness. To me that is a tall order.
I will add this comment: make sure whatever you do for the cost of the class/es that you deliver a good class. Parents/consumers can be buggy/lash out, etc.
I am getting bent out of shape... I apologize. I don't know what country you reside. Here in Pennsylvania there are guidelines. Teachers/Principals can not do as they please.