Timetable

MAKE-UP & MISSED LESSONS

INDIVIDUAL Lessons: One make-up lesson will be offered per term; regardless of how many are missed. The lesson will be arranged at a time convenient to both the teacher and the student – this is often a weeknight during the term or of any school holiday period. Should a student be unable to attend the arranged make-up lesson, it will not be rescheduled, and the original lesson will be forfeited.

PARTNER/ GROUP Lessons: A missed lesson can only be made up when there is another group lesson is available. There is no guarantee that the same teacher and/or timeslot would be available. The lesson cannot be rescheduled as an individual lesson, therefore the original lesson will be forfeited.

24 hours notice must be given for any lesson absence and failure to do so will result in no make-up lesson offered. Advising an absence allows the efficient scheduling of other students who may require a make-up lesson or alternate lesson time for any reason. v.

Any lesson cancelled by the Academy of Music Dance Drama due to unforeseen circumstances or misadventure will be made up or credited as necessary.

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There may be times when a scheduled tutor is unavailable due to circumstances beyond our control, such as illness or other misadventure. Should this occur, the Academy of Music Dance Drama reserves the right to change tutors without notice.

Students who arrive late for their lesson will still have their lesson conclude at the scheduled time, as lengthening lessons to accommodate late students is not fair. Make-up lessons for part-absences will not be given.

Students are to be supervised in the waiting room until the lesson begins, as staff are unable to do so.

Contact details must be provided and kept up to date. These must include a contact number, email address and parent/caregiver contact names. v.

In the unlikely event of sudden illness or if the student is involved in an accident and the tutor deems it necessary to call a medical emergency practitioner, the parent or guardian authorises the tutor to contact the appropriate medical services.