With the support of Creative Communities the Kerikeri School of Music is pleased to announce the availability of a subsidy for music lessons. This subsidy will be available over the remainder of 2020.
The purpose of the subsidy is to assist pupils and families who have difficulty meeting the full cost of their music lessons due to financial hardship.
Anyone receiving or intending to receive lessons at the Kerikeri School of Music can apply for the subsidy.
Recipients should satisfy one or more of the criteria 1), 2), 3) listed below to be eligible.
There are limited number of subsidies available, early application is encouraged.
Each subsidy will be for a finite period of ten weeks (one term) and, subject to the school's approval this may be continued into the fourth term or subsequent terms if funding is available.
Recipients must satisfy their teacher in terms of attendance and progress, otherwise the subsidy may be discontinued.
Criteria for applying:
Subsidies are limited in number. Anyone receiving lessons at the Kerikeri School of Music can apply for the subsidy.
Preference will be given to applicants who are:
1) Community Service card holders and their families 2) Families with two or more siblings attending the School of Music 3) Families or households who have lost an ongoing income source or have lost employment due to unforeseen circumstances such as COVID 19 lockdown.
The initial round of applications close on 7 August 2020. If an application is declined applicants may reapply when the subsidy is reopened at a future date.
How to apply:
Applications should be made by email to the administrator of the Kerikeri School of Music: email@example.com --- use the subject line "Subsidy enquiry"
Please be provide your name and your email or telephone contact number and state that you are inquiring as to your eligibility for the Student Subsidy.
In reply you will asked to supply a few simple details about your eligibility. All inquiries will treated in confidence.
Decisions on eligibility are made at the discretion of the Kerikeri School of Music and should be regarded as final.
The initial round of applications close on 7 August 2020.
Kindly supported by Far North District Creative Communities and the Kerikeri School of Music