Instrumental and Vocal Music Lessons
You can gain additional UCAS points for entry to higher education
Music exams taken through the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), Trinity College of Music and Rockschool from grades 6-8 can attract 5-75 UCAS Tariff points. Trinity College London also award 35 UCAS Tariff points for Gold Arts Awards. Many higher education course providers use a UCAS Tariff points total in their entry requirements achieved by converting qualifications such as A levels (and many others) into points to allow them to compare applicants.
‘Playing an instrument’ can be used to achieve a Duke of Edinburgh Award (DofE)
Playing an instrument is one of the most popluar activities used by students to achieve their Duke of Edinburgh Award. A DofE Award is an excellent way to demonstrate the skills developed through extra-curricular activities, particularly when applying to universities.
What’s on offer?
We offer face-to-face tuition at our music centre in Swindon or at your school if your head teacher agrees. Alternatively, you can have online lessons from your home. Download the Brochure by clicking here
Progression routes from schools whole class instrumental tuition:
We offer a flexible continuation/progression offer delivered either at school at the music centre or at home (through online Zoom platform)
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How do I pay?
Swindon Music Service offers an on-line paying system. You can sign up to Parent Mail once we send you the link and you will receive electronic invoices and pay on-line. Additionally, you can pay over the phone through iZettle.
What if I only need an instrument without lessons?
If you sign up to having lessons through Swindon Music Service, we offer the loan of an instrument within the overall costs of the lessons (for the duration of you continuing these lessons).
If you are just looking for instrument hire without the lessons, you can find out more about how to hire by clicking the link