Starting back to your local Performing Arts School
How safe is it to return to your local Performing Arts Schools?
Hundreds of children are gearing up to start back at their local Performing Arts School this week. After months and months of online classes the excitement of getting back in the class room with their fellow students is immeasurable. But what will the new class room look and feel like to children and parents returning?
Performing Arts schools have been avidly watching the Government advice over the last few months and have worked tremendously hard to ensure stringent Covid guidelines have been put in place for the start of the new term.
Social distancing, hand washing, clear signage and one way systems are just a few of the measures schools have implemented. Each Performing Arts school must have a their Covid Risk assessments and health and safety polices up to date to ensure a smooth start to the new school year.
It is vitally important children and parents feel safe to return to their extra curriculum activities. Dancing, Singing and Drama are great disciplines to learn and can really help children to build confidence and other social skills, so it is really important they get back to class.
If you are keen to get your child signed up to a part time school make sure you ask about their Covid-19 protocol so you can send your child along confidently and with peace of mind.
By Lynn Beaumont