Education Policy

  1. PRSSV offers training in Indian music and dance subjects and in Heritage skills.
  1. PRSSV provides a training programme in performing arts for those who want to become professional artists or teachers, or those who want to learn as a leisure activity. 
  1. PRSSV also offers training in heritage subjects to individuals and community groups.  This training is bespoke and provides members with the skills required to complete a project and support their and their orgnisations’ development.
  1. As part of its holistic approach to learning different faith, linguistic and regional groups are catered for.
  1. Tutors are all professionally trained, DBS checked and follow an agreed course programme.  Tutors are given continual professional development using methods such as coaching and shadowing.
  1. Courses are offered in a range of community venues across London as well as for organisations such as schools. Courses are delivered through weekly or group lessons, workshops, lecture demonstrations and projects.
  1. Courses are open to students of all backgrounds and all ages. 
  1. The educational work of PRSSV is developed through partnerships with a wide range of organisations in order to provide students with different avenues for using their skills and showcasing their talents.
  1. Students are given access to accredited qualifications.
  1. PRSSV provides support and information to teachers, students and their parents including support through e-learning channels and the development of learning materials.