Time: 9am - 4pm Time: 9am - noon Applicants should be prepared to play a piece of music of their choosing (with no accompaniment) and sight-read a piece of music provided by the conductor.All applicants will be notified as to the outcome of their audition within three weeks of the final audition date.
Jedburgh intergenerational learning campus will replace Jedburgh Grammar, Howdenburn and Parkside primary schools, and is to be located in land at Hartrigge Park, subject to planning permission being granted.
Work is due to start in Spring 2018 and is expected to last 18 to 24 months.
We will team up with development partner Hub South East Scotland on the project, while BAM Construction have been announced as the appointed contractor.
A major consultation exercise took place last year and earlier this year, with pupils, parents and the wider community in Jedburgh providing their thoughts on the proposal.
The feedback received was overwhelmingly positive, with 98 per cent of the local community and 99 per cent of Jedburgh schoolchildren agreeing that an intergenerational learning campus would be a positive addition for the town.
Councillor Carol Hamilton, our Executive Member for Children and Young People: ‘Scottish Borders Council is delighted with the announcement of this exciting opportunity for the Jedburgh community.
Any musician in the greater Omaha area who is under twenty-five years old or over fifty years old is welcome to audition for the Intergeneration Orchestra of Omaha.
Musicians of all skill levels are welcome to audition.
The campus would have provision for nursery, primary and secondary school children, and facilities would include a multi-use games area, 2G hockey pitch, 3G sports pitch, running track, external changing pavilion and rural skills area.