The Strings Club offer their range of online music sessions for employees juggling full-time work and childcare during the COVID crisis.
Right now, millions of parents across the UK are working full-time from home whilst juggling childcare too. We know from first hand experience that the combination of keeping to work deadlines alongside home educating whilst looking after your own well being – is an almost insurmountable task. In fact, at times it is impossible.
From Monday 22nd June, companies small and large can subscribe their employees to The Strings Club Online Sessions that take place Monday to Friday between 09:30am and 1pm. Employees working from home can sign their child up to join any 30 minute online session – all led by DBS-checked, friendly and experienced teachers – all for free. There is a range of choice too, from Music Club to Guitar to Violin to Ukulele to Imagination Station Creative workshop.
Founder and mum, Amy Cunningham states, “We know right now parents are struggling with working efficiently as possible whilst looking after their children at home. This is completely understandable.”
Amy continues, “I firmly believe that employers should really be focusing on the well being of their employees who have children. Giving them a minimum of 30 minutes a day to get some work done or have a well-earned breather will without doubt increase productivity alongside the mental health of their employees. It’s a win, win situation really!”
It’s so simple for a company to sign up too. Based on a subscription-style basis and dependent on the number of employees, we send you an “Info Pack” full of all the info that a busy parent needs – from our Safeguarding Online Policy to Zoom Links to even an exclusive discount with our partners over at Normans Musical Instruments.
If you run your own company and would like to know more or perhaps you work for a company that you believe would benefit from The Strings Club’s brand new employee scheme, please get in touch as soon as possible by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0121 296 9204.