At Fielding we encourage children to understand that signing up to learn a musical instrument is a hugely rewarding experience but also one that requires long term commitment, perseverance and investment in time. We also make it clear that practise is required for more than just one term. Please see ‘What we offer page’ for information on the range of instruments and prices we offer before signing up for lessons.
Before starting lessons, you will need to ensure your child has an instrument and a suitable notebook which can be used as a practise diary. Please familiarise yourself with the information on our Instrumental tuition webpages on this website, especially the Terms and Conditions. Regularly check the ‘Notices’ section of the Music webpage for updates regarding instrumental tuition. At the start of each term you will need to check the ‘Timetables’ section of the Music webpage to inform your child of their teacher, lesson time and day. Teachers may often collect your child on the first week of every term but after that they will be expected to attend their lesson at the correct time independently.
Any questions regarding instrumental tuition please refer to our ‘Notices’, ‘FAQs’ or Terms and Conditions pages and if your question is not answered please email email@example.com with your query. If you are concerned with any aspects of your child’s instrumental tuition, please communicate with the tutor via the practise diary or contact the Specialist Music Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org. The Specialist Music teacher will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible but please note emails regarding instrumental tuition are processed on Mondays.
If your child currently has instrumental lessons at Fielding and wants to continue lessons in the Autumn term 2020 you will need to read the updated terms and conditions and complete the Microsoft Form online. In future terms, your son/daughter will automatically be timetabled for the following term unless we receive a cancellation on MCAS before the cancellation deadline (published on the bottom of every timetable). If we do not receive a cancellation with half a term’s notice prior to the new term, you will be charged for the next term’s lessons. Please see the cancellation page for more information.