What you need to know about COVID-19
Last updated: 18 July 2020
We are continuing to reopen our academies, monitor the current situation and review our safety practices regularly to exceed the expectations of the NSW Government and Health Authorities.
If there are any changes to your lesson, we'll be in contact. We're also offering flexible options to Students affected by COVID-19. Find out more information on options for changing your lesson.
For the latest information, visit the NSW Government Updates.
Sing Safe Program
The safety and wellbeing of our community and team are, and always has been, our highest priority. Educational services such as Vocalise are an important part of life, and we know there’s understandable concern about Coronavirus.
Our new Sing Safe program brings together a number of temporary and existing wellbeing measures to give you peace-of-mind at each point of your journey as you develop as a student with Vocalise Academy.
Students with a scheduled lesson within 1 hour of the lesson start time can enter the academy. We'll no longer allow for any Family members to enter the academy*. This rule does not apply to Students starting their first lesson with Vocalise - one family member may attend. We encourage parents to walk any young children enrolled to the stairs of our Leumeah academy and meet them again and the conclusion of the lesson.
Contactless check-in is recommended by scanning our posted QR Codes. Alternatively, verbally check-in with a team member.
Social distancing applies throughout all of our academies.
Regular cleaning of highly frequented areas and enhanced cleaning of our academies.
All Students and Visitors are screened to test their temperature and are asked a series of questions.
Students are asked to limit movement around the campus.
Social distanced seating and indicators.
What to do if you're feeling unwell
If you’re feeling unwell and experiencing COVID-19 symptoms leading up to your lesson, you should defer your lesson. If you need to defer your lesson, contact the office before your lesson time to discuss your options.
Fever, fatigue or aches;
Runny nose, cough or sore throat;
Shortness of breath.
For more information on Coronavirus and for instructions on what to do, visit the Australian Department of Health website, call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 or contact your local health authorities.
What you can do to stay healthy
The most important thing to avoid catching any virus, be it coronavirus, the flu or the common cold, is to wash your hands and avoid touching your face.
Here’s how you can stay safe when around others:
Regularly wash your hands;
Use hand sanitiser;
Cover your sneeze or cough with your arm, not your hands.