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Junior Choir Chaperone

Chaperones look after the children’s safety around the building and assist our artistic team to support children who benefit from a little extra help during rehearsals. The role is a non-musical one as rehearsals are led by our choir leaders. There is no need for applicants to have experience of singing or music-making, but they should be able to demonstrate enthusiasm and encouragement to the children. Chaperones are needed from 3.40pm to 5.50pm on Monday afternoons during choir terms.

About Love Music

Established to provide public benefit in Scotland and elsewhere to promote, maintain, improve and advance education, appreciation, understanding of and access to the Arts, in particular to provide high quality access for children, young people and the wider community to create, participate in and perform music, not limited to any particular genre or style.

Experience Required

Experience of being around or working with children of this age range and feel confident to be a responsible adult in situations such as giving emotional support or co-leading a group during an evacuation. A good level of verbal English, be able to understand and follow procedures.

Training Details

We provide training in child protection, an introduction to first aid, familiarity with the Usher Hall, the opportunity to meet some of our current chaperone team, and a full explanation of our procedures. New chaperones will be placed in groups with more experienced chaperones. Our training normally takes place over the course of 1 full day or 2 half-day sessions in the week or two before the start of choir term.

Flexibility & Commitment

Term Time

Monday afternoons, 3.40pm-5.50pm during term time (8 weeks), not required every week.

Location/Travel Details

Central location with lots of bus routes nearby.


Travel expenses paid

Accessibility Details

  • Happy to have a conversation about volunteer’s needs