Here at HSoA our aim, as ever, is to support our community by keeping our staff and students safe, healthy and happy. As a community art education school we are committed to delivering art studio based teaching. We continue to follow government and NHS guidelines and Public Health England advice and will be keeping the school open until advised otherwise and all classes are currently being taught. While the school is open our aim is to continue to provide a positive experience in a clean, safe environment via our enhanced sanitisation programme.
As the situation is evolving rapidly we will be providing updates as events unfold and keep parents and students informed should there be any further developments relating to our school.
Advice for students on course enrolment for the Summer Term
Due to uncertainty regarding the government COVID-19 management of school closures in the coming months HSoA are currently planning to delay the Summer Term (Term 3) by 3 weeks, starting the Summer Term on 11th May 2020. The term will run for 10 weeks finishing on 19 July. Summer workshops run from 20 July – 23 August.
For students who have already booked and paid for summer classes they will have an option to attend 2 extra classes to make up to 12 classes.
The health and safety of our students is of paramount importance to us and we are grateful for your support. Some students have expressed relief that the school remains open whenever possible as the school is a lifeline for them. So unless directed otherwise by the Government we will endeavour to make the right decision for all members our community.
We hope to see you in the Summer Term or during our Summer School Workshops.
If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
Isabel H Langtry