Instrumental & Vocal lessons at the Music Centre
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-crricular activities, particularly when applying to universities.
Our out of school instrumental and vocal lessons are a cost-effective and practical way of learning. We offer a remissions scheme from time-to-time.
Parent Guide for instrumental and vocal Tuition
This brochure contains many tips and advice when considering online lessons
To see the full price list of instrumental and vocal lessons including instrument hire (including discounted prices for remissions, click the buttonMore information
Music Service Direct (Parent Direct Pay)
How do I sign up?
You can enquire about the lesson availability by completed the online application form. One of our staff will then contact you to take you through he process of getting you started. Click the button to complete the application form e-Application Form
How do I pay?
Swindon Music Service offers the following methods of payment:
- Bank Transfer option
- Pay online through Parent Mail
- Pay over the phone through iZettle
- A Direct Debit scheme with payments spread over 9-months.
What if I need an instrument?
Click here to download the Instrument Hire Brochure