Music Tuition Fees

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First Lesson free as a trial

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First Lesson free as a trial

Our Fees

At Colours in Music Private Music School, once you enroll you are expected to attend all the lessons of the term. While we do not provide refunds for missed lessons, we do provide make up lessons. Our prices are as follows:

  • Half an hour of individual session – £30
  • Half term from £240 (All individual lessons come with theory classes)
  • Orchestra or ensemble training – £10 per session
  • Kindergarten half term from £60

    Cancellation Policy

    • If a student or parent cancels a lesson, the teacher will try and reschedule the lesson to another day of the same week, but with no guarantee.
    • If a student cancels a class due to an illness less than 24 hours before the lesson is supposed to start, the teacher will try to accommodate the student on another day.
    • A lesson cancelled for other reasons apart from an illness will not be refunded.

    Please note that these rules are meant to help prevent abuse. A cancelled lesson is an expense to us and also affects the learning and schedule of other students.

    Other important information

    • In case of the absence of a professor, the lesson will be entirely refunded at the end of the month or rescheduled.
    • Please aim to arrive at least 5 minutes before the commencement of the class. If a student is late, the teacher may not be able to repeat missed portions of the lesson.
    • The student (parent / guardian) is required to pay for musical accessories that are required by the student and provided by the teacher.
    • The student (parent / guardian) will be responsible for any loss or damage that is sustained to any instrument or accessory loaned by the school / teacher to the student. Such items must be returned to the teacher / school on request.
    • The student is responsible for the insurance of his or her instrument that’s provided by the school / teacher.
    • Lesson fees may be revised during the year.
    • Regular practice as advised by the teacher is a prerequisite for achieving success with any musical instrument. It is important to note that while the teacher aims to ensure that a student makes acceptable progress, this can only be achieved if the student accepts the teacher’s advice and puts it into practice. Parents should also be involved and oversee the child’s daily practice.
    • In the interest of every student’s well-being, while under a teacher’s care, the teacher must be informed of any medical condition affecting the student.

    The minimum time allotted for individual music classes is half an hour. The syllabus includes colour codes and sound identification, pitch perception and rhythm development.

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    07706 957 842