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They should have been Singing In The Rain in Queen Square tomorrow (Tuesday 19 May), but instead Wolverhampton Music Service is enabling children and their families to join in with its annual massed singing event from the comfort of their own home.
Instead of inviting primary and special school children to the city centre, which is not currently possible because of social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the Music Service is moving online to host a ‘virtual’ version of its Singing In T...
Wolverhampton Music Service is helping to ensure the beat goes on for its pupils during the coronavirus lockdown.
With schools currently closed to the vast majority of pupils, the service has gone digital, creating over 150 tutorials posted online on its YouTube channel – https://bit.ly/2ze5G4Y – catering for all instruments and levels.
It is also launching #WMSHomeconcerts, putting together performances by pupils, teachers and alumni to broadcast on YouTube over the coming weeks. The first event takes...
Parents and carers of children, young people and older, more vulnerable adults in Wolverhampton are being urged to be extra vigilant of potential dangers in and around the home during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Wolverhampton Safeguarding Together partnership has shared some simple steps on home safety to help families prevent accidents and help their loved ones avoid having to go to A&E.
Top tips for keeping children safe include:
ensuring windows are not left open where children can reach or cli...
Over two thirds of local schools welcomed pupils through their doors in the first week after Easter, figures show.
Vulnerable children and the sons and daughters of essential key workers are still able to attend school during the coronavirus emergency, with all schools across the city supporting other parents and carers to continue their child's learning journey at home.
A total of 81 of Wolverhampton's primary, secondary, special, independent and free schools – and 49 childcare settings – welcomed 1,0...