Guidelines for parents and students attending SETU Waterford Music School
In the event of you being unable to attend your lesson time or rehearsal please make contact with the relevent teacher or the music school office. Poor attendance by students may result in you losing your place in the music school.
A student who is not well enough to attend school during the day should not attend their classes or group activity after school on the same day.
Please ensure students are on time for lessons and group activities. All students must be collected promptly after their lesson or group activity. In the event of an unexpected delay please contact the relevant teacher or the music school office immediately.
The canteen area @ WIT, College Street Campus can be utilised for waiting between music activities only. Children must be supervised by adults at all times.
In the best interest of your child please inform the music school office of any medical history, including dietary requirements and learning difficulties (mild or serious). Please be assured that the School’s staff will treat all information in this regard with the strictest confidence.
The SETU Waterford Music School does adhere and follow the Arts Council ‘Code of practice for working with children and young people’. Any issues relating to your child’s safety should be directed to the Music School Co-Ordinator.
Young children should not use the lifts on the SETU Waterford Campus Building unless accompanied by an adult.
All children should be aware of the location of the Music School Office and the Porters Office in the case of any difficulty.
Please ensure your child has contact phone numbers written clearly in their homework notebooks in the case of any difficulty.
All students @SETU Waterford Music School are expected to meet high standards of behaviour and conduct both in the Music School and at public performances.
Running and Climbing are not permitted anywhere in the SETU Waterford Campus Building.
At the beginning of each year parents are advised to complete the ‘Student Contact Details’ form and return to your teacher. It is important the office has up to date information for all students, and in the case of primary school children the designated adults responsible for collecting the children.
The Music School office utilises letter, text, phone and email as methods of communication with parents and students