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UPDATE 22/11/2020

 

Our policy based on information from PHE

This update is just to clarify our policy currently regarding COVID-19

If you, or any immediate family member you live with or have had recent contact with, have been in contact with a confirmed case of a person with COVID-19. We respectfully request you inform us immediately and do not attend our facility for 14 days.

In addition to following the government and PHE guidelines.

Even if you have been told not to isolate but someone you are living with has. We request you inform us and do not attend our facility until a 14 day quarantine period has passed.

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

UPDATE 2/11/2020

 

2nd UK Lockdown

Dear Students and Parents

Following the government announcement over the weekend we have been in conversation with Public Health England who have confirmed that we can remain open throughout the lockdown as we are a dedicated education establishment.

During this time we are going to continue to be vigilant over our COVID precautions taking place on site and advise that all customers follow our requirements when visiting us. You can find details of our COVID measurements on the link below:

If you wish to have an online lesson during the duration of the second lockdown instead please let us know as soon as possible. We are equipped to be able to continue to provide lessons to you online if you prefer.

If you have any questions please let us know, the safety of our students and tutors are paramount. Thank you for continuing to support our business during this challenging time.

If you would like to make a booking please check your emails or contact us using the contact page on this website. You can also give us a call on 01730 858 219.

COVID Measures

 

For all visitors

 

  1. Masks must be worn in our reception area.
  2. You must use the hand sanitiser before and after your lesson.
  3. Screens are in place to separate you and the tutor during your lesson.
  4. Please do not wait in our waiting room. Please turn up as close to your lesson time as possible.
  5. Parents are asked to wait in the car if possible.
  6. Toilets are off limits to visitors. Apologies.
  7. Please pay for your lesson online.
  8. Do not attend if you are feeling unwell or have a temperature.

Thank you for your cooperation in helping us keep everyone safe.

What is Guitar Academy doing to keep everyone safe?

Things that we are doing to keep Guitar Academy COVID Secure.

We are regularly cleaning between customers and disinfecting surfaces

We have put up a protective screen in the room and applied social distance markers.

We are not taking any payments on site. Payments will exclusively be taken online for the time being.

We have closed our waiting area. Please wait in your car or outside or to the right of the front door and wait to be called in.

Hand sanitiser stations are available. Please use these before and after your lesson.

Our toilet facilities and waiting area is temporarily off limits at this time.

Guidance for Customers

Things you can do to help everyone stay safe.

 Observe the signage.

 Do not attend and inform us if you feel unwell. Please inform us as soon as possible.

 Do not attend and inform us if you have travelled internationally.

 Do not attend if you have a vulnerable family member or have anyone shielding in your family.

 Please bring your own instrument and accessories.

 We can provide masks if you need one, but these are single use and optional to use.

 Please observe hygiene practices and wash your hands when you get home.

 Please avoid touching your face.

Payment for lessons will be online only for the time being.

Guitar Academy COVID Risk Assessment

We will soon publish our risk assessment should this be of any interest.

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