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    Instrument Lessons – Senior School

    Music plays an important part in the life of the school and many pupils take advantage of the expert tuition on offer from our staff of 22 visiting music specialists.  In addition to all orchestral (including orchestral percussion) and band instruments, tuition is also available in piano, organ, acoustic and electric guitar, and singing. 

    We offer 30 individual lessons throughout the school year (an average of 10 each term).  The cost is currently £300 per term (for the academic year 2021-22) in the Senior School (40-minute lessons). Tuition fees are payable in advance through the school billing system.  All lessons rotate within the school timetable, except Sixth Form pupils whose music lessons are timetabled during study periods. When pupils learn more than one instrument we endeavour to fix lessons for one of the instruments outside academic lesson time, although this is not always possible.

    With the exception of piano, drum kit, acoustic guitar and electric guitar, the school has a stock of instruments that can be hired for a small fee (currently £46 a term) to enable pupils to start lessons. The hire period for a school instrument should not normally exceed one year, after which time pupils would be expected to have their own instrument. 

    If your child wishes to have individual instrumental tuition, please read our terms and conditions carefully before completing the online form below. Alternatively, a pdf copy of the Booking Form, along with terms and conditions, is available to download from the bottom of this page. Once you have returned the form, our Music Administrator, Mrs Alison Butt, will be in touch before to confirm arrangements.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Mr David Gibbs, Director of Music, if you need any further details.

    Request for Individual Music Tuition - Senior School

    I wish my son/daughter to have individual instrumental tuition:

    I would like to hire an instrument if available
    Please tick here*