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Covid 19 Advice

Covid 19 Advice

We are delighted to be working with schools and teachers to return to in person teaching from Monday 14th September 2020.

Music provides children with a chance for creative expression, social interaction and collaboration, and has been shown to support positive mental health, which is essential as we begin to recover from the impact of COVID-19.

Our over-riding priority is to keep our teachers and students safe and so please be assured that we will not be putting lessons back into schools unless we have done everything we can to ensure they will be learning and working in a safe environment.

Along with STAC we are developing comprehensive COVID-19 guidance for teaching music in schools and this will continue to be updated and available to view here:

A Safe Return to Music – Addendum to STAC Guidance

Teaching Brass Instruments from September

Teaching String, Keyboard and Percussion Instruments from September

Teaching Woodwind Instruments from September

We have also put together a list of creative ideas and resources for you to explore what musicians and educators around the world are doing to support children and young people JMS – Online Resources

Please keep up to date with the latest advice from the Government of Jersey at

If you have any queries or would like to contact us, please do so via email to [email protected]

Please click on the following links to view our safeguarding and guidance for the implementation of our online lessons:

JMS Safeguarding for Parents and Teachers

Guidance for Online Learning for Parents and Teachers

JMS Online Teaching Risk Assessment