Values

Our aim is to create a safe, friendly, inclusive  space where people can relax and be themselves and sing with confidence.

Chris Rowbury workshop

We ask that all choir members and the Musical Director agree to:

– treat one another with dignity and respect

– listen to one another

– cooperate and support each other

– show respect even in disagreement

– embrace diversity

– take part in whole-choir meetings

– be open and share ideas

– arrive on time and return promptly after the break

– listen attentively when the Musical Director is teaching our parts (even when they’re not working with you directly)

– talk to members of the Steering Group or Musical Director if you have issues or concerns

– refrain from negative discussions about the choir on social media

– respect each other’s ability and enable everyone to find their voice

– make a homemade cake when it’s your turn! 🙂
Sing with Pride aims to be as accessible as possible. Please contact us if you have any questions or queries about access and tell us your needs. We will do our best to meet your needs whatever they are.

We have protection policies in place for children and vulnerable adults. The designated Safeguarding Officer this year is Stevie Read. If you have any safeguarding concerns please contact Stevie via info@singwithpride.org.uk