We encourage all students to learn to play an instrument. Lessons are available for students wanting to continue their tuition having already started learning an instrument, and for those wanting to start learning as a beginner.
Our tutors provide lessons for students at all stages in their development and regularly enter candidates for accredited music examinations using the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), Trinity and Rockschool Examination Boards.
Music lessons take place during the College day and before/after College. Tuition is currently available for the following instruments at Collingwood College:
- Woodwind: Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
- Brass: Trumpet
- Keyboard: Piano
- Guitar: Acoustic (classical), Electric, Bass
- Drum Kit.
Lessons for other instruments should be available through Surrey Arts at another local centre.
Lessons for most Instruments are provided through Surrey Arts, with Guitar and Ukulele being offered through Collingwood Instrumental Services.
During the current time all lessons are being provided remotely through online teaching.
General Information Regarding Music Lessons
Whilst on the premises waiting for an instrumental lesson, students must abide by the College rules. Parents are responsible for the safety of their child at all times when attending lessons at Collingwood before or after the College day and should arrange to collect students promptly when lessons take place after College.
Instruments brought into College are left at the owner’s risk and must be left in the instrument cupboard in M2.
Instruments should be collected immediately at the end of the College day.
The College will not accept any responsibility for loss of, or damage to, instruments. It is advisable to include the instrument on a household “All Risk Policy”.
No lessons will be scheduled on INSET, Enterprise or Academic Review Day closures.
There are also a few additional extra-curricular activities and performance opportunities for musicians at Collingwood College which we hope music students will contribute to.
SURREY ARTS - Bookings can be made and paid for online using the following link: https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/culture-and-leisure/arts/music/lessons-for-children/apply-and-pay
How much do online music lessons cost? Lesson charges and times will follow our normal structure, however we will be providing the first lesson free so will only be charging for nine lessons instead of ten. Although we are currently only able to facilitate one-to-one lessons, we hope to expand this further and offer group lessons soon.
For further information including the application process for lessons in Guitar and Ukulele please email : firstname.lastname@example.org