Update: 26 Sep 2020

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Things have been getting busier over the past few weeks, as kids return to school and students return to their regular instrumental lessons. I have created some extra capacity in my schedule, though, should you want to book into a 1-2-1 music lesson, either face-to-face or via Zoom. You needn’t necessarily want regular lessons – I often see people for one-off or ad hoc sessions to support them with something specific such as learning a particular piece or preparing for an exam / audition.

Here are the available slots for the coming week:

  • Tue 29 Sep
    • 11:15 (30 mins)
    • 20:00 (30 mins)
  • Wed 30 Sep
    • 13:15 (2 x 30 mins)
    • 19:30 (30 mins)

Covid-19 Track & Trace

Me and my students are doing everything we can to help support the NHS, avoid spreading this awful virus and save lives, whilst continuing to function in as normal way as possible. This week, in line with government regulations, I have registered by business with the NHS Track & Trace website, and am displaying a QR code on the entrances for students / parents to scan as they arrive. This is our way of sharing contact information with the NHS in the easiest and most efficient way possible.

Engaging with Track & Trace is voluntary, but I would encourage everyone over the age of 16 to get involved and be part of the solution to Covid-19. It’s easy to do: just go on your app store and download ‘NHS Covid 19’. There’s no need to enter any of your personal information – not even your name! Then, when you arrive at any of the thousands of venues displaying QR codes, simply ‘check-in’ at that venue by pressing the appropriate button on your app and pointing your phone at the poster. The app will then ping you if you have been in close proximity to anyone with the virus so that you can get checked / do the appropriate quarantine period.

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