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Music Lesson Enrolment Form

Instrumental tuition is available at Wellesley on piano, violin, woodwind (recorder, clarinet, saxophone), trumpet, drums and guitar. Specialist vocal tuition is also available. Lessons on violin and piano are available for boys in years 1-8. Lessons on all other instruments, including vocal tuition, are available for years 5-8 students.

Music lessons take place during school time including breaks and also before and after school, depending on arrangements with individual tutors and in conjunction with class teachers.

Profiles of music teachers can be found on the school website. Lessons are $33 per half hour. To enrol for lessons, please visit fill in the music lesson enrolment form below. Following completion of this form, parents will be contacted directly by the teacher concerned regarding lesson times and availability. Teachers will also advise on the hiring of instruments where necessary.

Commitment to daily practice at home in between lessons is a requirement of tuition and is essential for progress. Boys who have the ability to do so are encouraged to contribute to the life of the school when they are ready by performing at assemblies, joining the school orchestra, rock-band, choir or other music groups which may be running.

In order to minimize interruptions to class programmes and to ensure as many boys as possible have the opportunity to partake in lessons, boys may learn one instrument only during school hours. The school contact person for music lessons is Mary-Anne Morgan.

Your son's name *
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Class *
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previous music lessons - please state which instruments and for how long *
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Parent's name *
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phone number *
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email address *
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physical address *
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Which instrument would your son like to learn? Y1-4 piano and violin only. Y5-8 all instruments. *
(New students only. Returning students are not required to fill in this form).
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