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WM Programme updates 

Updated 9 September 2020

The vital role of music and the arts in supporting mental health, social engagement, and learning is well recognised globally and backed by high quality scientific data. The role of music as part of a broad and balanced curriculum is more important now, during a global crisis than ever.

At the forefront of our provision for 2020-21, is a strong onus on delivering our programmes safely and consistently.

We have already made arrangements with the majority of schools for a return of face to face delivery, however if you would like to discuss any details with us please get in touch;

Singing and curriculum music programmes – dhuie@wandsworthmusic.co.uk

WCET and peripatetic programmes – lmalitskie@wandsworthmusic.co.uk and cspreadbury@wandsworthmusic.co.uk

Please click below to read our music guidance for schools and risk assessments. These are based on DfE guidance (updated 28 August), DCMS guidance and guidance from Music Mark, the UK subject association for music.

Music Guidance Schools Sept 20

WM School Programmes Risk Assessment

Wandsworth Music – Tier 4 Update

In School tuition

In school lessons are able to continue as normal under Tier 4 restrictions, however whilst London Schools remain closed until at least 18 January, lessons will take place online via zoom. We will contact parents directly to confirm details.

Further details for in school lessons can be found here

Music Academy Tuition

Unfortunately out of school activities are not permitted under Tier 4 restrictions. Therefore all Music Academy lessons and ensemble rehearsals will take place online. In general the timetable will remain the same, however where changes are required we will contact parents and pupils directly.

Further WMA details can be found here