TERM 3 begins on Monday July 19th

We are excitedly looking forward to beginning a brilliant Term 3!

 

PLEASE PUT THESE DATES IN YOUR DIARIES

Commencement date: Monday 19th July to Saturday 24th July 2021 (inclusive)

Final week of term: Monday 20th September to Saturday 25th September (inclusive)

Covid-19: Our COVID Safe plans will be clearly visible at all of our venues. Each venue will have a QR code for a parent/carer to scan upon arrival, or a paper slip to fill out. Students do not need to scan, as their attendance is recorded on their Teacher. Please observe the social distancing signs, and do not enter a waiting room if it is at capacity. If your child is unwell we ask that they not attend; we can offer catchup lessons throughout Term 3, please just contact the office to book.

Office Hours: 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, and 8:30am to 12:45pm on Saturday 24th July only

 

IF YOU HAVEN’T BOOKED IN FOR TERM 3 YET ,OR WOULD LIKE A FREE TRIAL FOR A NEW SPECIALIST CLASS, WE STILL HAVE SOME CLASSES WITH VACANCIES

 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOU UNIFORM

Class uniforms are an essential part of belonging to the Theatre Bugs & Adelaide Theatre Academy family.

This is an important element of our child safety safety plans . It means that our teachers can quickly recognise all their students at pick-up and drop off times. Our teachers are carefully checking that every Theatre Bugs or Adelaide Theatre Academy child is accompanied by the correct parents/caregivers. This is especially important at class venues and theatres which we share with other community groups.

UNIFORMS enhance our student’s focus on defining themselves by their personalities instead of how they dress. It all so promotes a sense of belonging to their class group and our desire to create inclusive learning environments within which every child is equally important.

Theatre Bugs & Adelaide Theatre Academy uniforms are compulsory because they:

  • promote focus during class – paving the way for students to enjoy learning and improve their confidence and skills,
  • are practical and comfortable – allowing students to move freely, and
  • are a quality product which retain their shape and design well and in some cases, are frequently handed down to siblings and younger students.

If your child is not wearing their uniform in class, the teacher will remind them to wear it to the following lesson.

If you don’t have uniform or need a new one, please speak to friendly Office Team in the Norwood office or call us on on 8332 1228.

 

We are very excited to get started again on Monday, and look forward to seeing everyone’s cheery faces very soon!

 

 

 

 

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