Performing arts school prepares to welcome back students
A performing arts school is holding a four-day workshop as it prepares to welcome back students after months of lockdown.
Stagecoach North Tyneside will open its doors to students again from Tuesday, April 6 to Friday, April 9, for its four-day Easter Workshop.
Staff have worked tirelessly to ensure it can safely open for the Spring Term – restarting its singing, dancing and acting lessons – with a robust range of safety measures in place.
Stagecoach encourages children to learn, grow and thrive in a creative environment with Stagecoach North Tyneside working on its first ever summer showcase, having only launched in September 2020.
Joshua Bradley, Principal at Stagecoach North Tyneside, said: “It’s hugely exciting to be able to welcome everyone back into our school after such a long time.
"We’ve all been missing the escape of creative expression and our team has been busy planning an exciting return to our venue, and ensuring that our school is a healthy, safe place to return to.
“Performing Arts play a crucial role in children’s educational and emotional development, and improve children’s health and wellbeing.
"There is nothing more important at Stagecoach than providing a safe, fun and exciting environment for our students so that they can thrive and enjoy the positive benefits that come with the performing arts.
“Health and Safety guidelines are put firmly in place to ensure our schools remain COVID-secure. With a full and thorough risk assessment, we have everything in place to keep all our students and teachers safe during the pandemic.”
Stagecoach classes are divided into ages 4-6, ages 6-15, and ages 15+.
For more visit www.stagecoach.co.uk/northtyneside