COVID-19 Update, 11th April 2021
After re-opening of Hornsey Vale Community Centre on 12th Apr, we are planing to re-start in-person tuition from 1st May.
Crouch End group Manga classes (from 5th Wed)
We have opened booking for in person Wednesday classes from May. For now, these classes are accepting registration only, and we will ask for payment once our minimum necessary number of students have registered.
Our list of reopened classes is below. For the time being, we must currently still cap our maximum number of attendees as 6 people so that we are able to comply with government requirements for social distancing of 2m (min 1m) for each student. We need to deep clean the room between each lesson and we cannot permit students and parents from different classes to interact. Therefore, class length will be 70min and £15 for the class. Here is the list of the re-open classes:
Wed 4pm-5.10pm (Ages 8-11) 70min £15
Wed 5.30-6.40pm (Ages 11-17) 70min £15
Each class requires minimum of 3 student to run. We hope to accommodate everyone who wishes to return to in-person teaching. You can find the registration details on this page:
Inperson Manga Group Lessons: Availability and Booking >>> Group Lesson (Online/Inperson)
* Hornsey Friday class, Stoke Newington and Sushi heads classes remain suspended, please wait for further notice.
Online Classes (Solo / Group)
Online Manga Group Lessons: Availability and Booking >>> Group Lesson (Online/Inperson)
Our current programme of in person classes for April is below. We also plan to continue our online group and solo manga classes, however we may ask some students to change time and day after May.
50 min / £10 per session
|Manga Class Ages 8-13||Thurs||5-5.50pm|
|Manga Class Ages 8-12||Fri||4-4.30pm|
|Manga Class Ages 11-17 (Elementary)||Fri||5-30-6.20pm|
Online 1 to 1 Manga Lessons: Availability and Booking >>> Private Lesson (Online / Home)
50 min / £25 per session, 10 years old or over
We are also continuing Online Solo lessons. These are the best way for us to teach effectively online, as they allow more time for us to communicate effectively.
Home one-to one lessons (one house hold up to 3 children)
Those home lesson also re-open after 1st of May.
Home private lessons: Availability and Booking >>> Private Lesson (Online / Home)
2 hours / £60 per session + commuting charge
Having read the National Youth Agency’s interpretation of the government’s rules, it looks like we can do one to one lessons in your house. We will all need to be masked and wash our hands regularly, and I will need to make a risk assessment.
I’ll let you check the NYA document for yourself here: