Student Guidelines

Have a question? Here are some guidelines to help you out!

Tips for Students

What should I prepare for my first lesson?

The lesson page would have stated what is provided and what you should bring to your lesson, we encourage you to follow through with those instructions.
Also, here are a few tips to note when getting ready for your lesson.

Bring your lesson materials:
Unless your teacher has told you specifically that you don’t need to bring your lesson materials (including any instruments or textbooks) to your first lesson, plan on bringing your materials with you on the first day.

Make sure you know where you’re going:
Your teacher’s address is listed in the attendance voucher you received so you can map the directions.

Arrive a little early to find parking:
Your lesson provider’s location may have a tricky parking situation, and you don’t want to miss out on any valuable lesson time while you search for parking. We suggest arriving early, but expect your lesson to start on time.our lesson.but expect your lesson to start on time.our lesson.

Which lesson length is right for me?

The recommended length of your lesson will depend on your age, experience level, goals, lesson type and commitment. For example, if you are interested in our Photography lessons, you may have to consider your lesson level with your current knowledge to make sure you can keep up during your lesson.

Another aspect to consider is the length of your course. If you are able to commit to a 3 months course then by all means, do so. However, if you are not able to commit, we advise you to select a shorter lesson.

How often do students take lessons?

As My Weekend Plan focuses on growing everyone’s knowledge and skills, most students would book one lesson per weekend. My Weekend Plan offers students the best of weekend activities that help with self development and gain new experiences.
However, we do give you the flexibility of learning at your own pace, so your schedule and the number of lessons you take is entirely up to you! Remember, you always have the option to change the frequency of your lessons as you go along.