Music School has started again and we are still very short of people to run the tuckshop on a Saturday morning. We are now down to so few that, even with only one person running the tuckshop each week, most people have been asked to do it more than once this term. If you are able to join our team of tuckshop volunteers, please visit our Sign-up Page and provide your details.It is not difficult and, good news!… From this week, we will have helper every week who is providing support for Saturday Music School as his Duke of Edinburgh’s award Volunteering activity.
We are now very short of people to run the tuckshop on a Saturday morning. It doesn’t take much and we will always schedule two people for each session so you have someone to talk to and help when it gets busy. If we have enough volunteers then you will have to do it only once a term. If you are able to join our team of tuckshop volunteers, please visit our Sign-up Page and provide your details.
In accordance with the new GDPR legislation, we have published a Privacy Notice describing our use of Volunteers’ data. You can read it here.
The Suffolk Youth Music newsletters are published on the Suffolk Music Education Hub.
The groups and timings for Saturday morning sessions have changed this term. See the Weekly Sessions page for an overview. There is also an updated list of who is teaching what where and map of where to find each of the activities.
We are now reverting to setting up the tuckshop in the canteen where staff and students congregate during the break rather than the foyer. See our Friday Night Instructions page for more details.
Newsletters have been issued to all members of West Suffolk Youth Music last night and members of the Bury County Music Service today. You can find them on the Suffolk County Music Service website: