Music Tuition

Welcome to the online hub for all information and forms regarding Instrumental Lessons at King Edward VI School.

20/09/2021 Update: We had a very successful introductory week and are continuing to add the last few application forms. We have had a huge uptake this year, thank you for your patience as we worked through the best method to distribute information. All students have now received a sticker with their letter and information of how to check their timetables. If students have any further questions, please do contact Mrs Mason or speak to a member of the music department.

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View Timetables Read about Covid Safety Measures 2021 Student Guide to Instrumental Lessons

Apply for Instrumental Lessons 

Applications for 2021-22 lessons are now open, please read the Instrumental Lessons Leaflet before applying for lessons. It contains important information and guidance about how the instrumental lessons work, how payment is arranged and the commitment for the full year. We hope to have covered a wide range of questions in the leaflet but please do get in contact with Mrs Mason via the school office with any specific enquiries.

Read the Instrumental Lessons Leaflet Apply for Instrumental Lessons 2021 – 2022

Information for Students

We appreciate that for new students arriving in September, it can be difficult to work out how music lessons work at the school. We have put together a short student guide with a step-by-step of how to get started with music lessons. It might be something that students download to their phone for the first couple of weeks so they are able to reference it or printed copies can be requested from the music office. If students have any questions about music lessons, they can speak to any of the music staff and we will be happy to help.

Student Guide to Instrumental Lessons

Stopping Music Lessons

Whilst we are keen to promote the benefits of continuing music lessons, we do appreciate that there are a few occasions when requesting an end to instrumental lessons is required. If the reason is due to financial difficulties or there are any aspects of the instrumental lessons you would like to discuss, speaking to either the finance department or Mr Willey first can often be the best first step. We can then discuss any further options that might be available to you.

To request to stop instrumental lessons, please email lmason@keslichfield.org.uk and we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.