To ensure that the program is as effective as possible, the school based coordinator/supervisor has to ensure the following conditions apply:
At no time should the dance tutor be left unsupervised whilst working with children.
The supervising teacher is to assist in the program by being as proactive as possible during the lessons helping to organise the students and to assist with managing them.
The supervising teacher is responsible for sending out the Expressions of Interest (EOI) to the school’s students and families.
Ensure all permission notes and tutors’ Working With Children Check (WWCC) details are kept on file at the school.
The supervising teacher is also responsible for following the timetable and liaising with the steering committee and school in relation to meetings, food orders etc.
Students are to be dressed in compliance with dress regulations for the Gala.
On the night of the Gala Performance (10/11 September) - all teachers are to be as supportive as possible to ensure that the night is a success for all students. It’s all about student wellbeing!
Dance School Responsibilities
To provide qualified dance tutors, to supply music and contact information to each school, and where possible to minimise disruptions to the program;
To ensure that all tutors have the same instructions;
To provide the dance tutors with a schedule that outlines benchmarks that are universal to each school (e.g: weeks 1- 5 teach all four dances to the group, by no later than Term 2 Week 10; select finalists and all partners etc.) and
To liaise effectively with the committee and the schools to ensure equity is achieved.
Working With Children Checklist (WWCC)
Gordon will ensure that all tutors have the correct Working with Children Checklist and give the school a copy. Angelina will also have them on file.
School must file the copy for school records.
At NO time should a dance tutor be left unsupervised with the dance group - this is the school’s responsibility.