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Covid-19 Guidelines for Piano Lessons

Staying COVID-19 secure We confirm that have complied with the Government's guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19, and we have carried out a specific COVID-19 risk assessment in line with the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) guidance.    Piano Maestros face-to-face lessons will be available only where both, students/parents and tutors, have agreed in writing to adhere to COVID-19 control measures. Despite all efforts and measures in place, students/parents and tutors must be aware that face-to-face tuition will never be entirely free of risk of contracting COVID-19. As guidance issued by the Government on working safely during current coronavirus continues to be updated, we will remain vigilant and communicate any necessary updates as these come through. CONTROL MEASURES FOR LESSONS IN STUDENT'S HOME Arrival at the lesson Avoid close proximity between other household members: a) Ask other members of the household to avoid crossover when your tutor arrives and leaves. b)

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