You know the drill! Courses to move back online from 4th January 2021.

After Monday (04/01/2021) night’s announcement, all teaching across all our regional centres will move back fully to online delivery, with group tutorials and one-to-one sessions.

Prior to Monday’s news, our centres had been operating under relevant local government guidance, with smaller class sizes, online course options for all courses, less contact time and social distancing though-out the schools. We will now be moving all classes back online, just like we started to do for the very first time in March. We will update students when guidelines are reviewed.

Students can find help & support on our Student Guidance page or via their MyAcademy account. We’re doing everything we can to make sure students have a positive and worthwhile experience – we’re always here if you need us.

Let us also take this chance to wish you all a Happy New Year! Despite everything, 2020 did bring us some positivity, and we’re hoping 2021 brings much better things for musicians and those working in the industry, and there is thankfully good reason to hope. We’re sure the music scene will be back and thriving again soon…

And we’re going to be ready when it does!

 

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