Harmonia Woodwind - school lessons
Interest form for woodwind lessons at Dry Drayton, Swaffham Prior, Swaffham Bulbeck, and Coton Schools. This form is for parents to express an interest. Children will then be seen in school and given advice about which instrument and size would be appropriate. Parents will then be asked to confirm their application, and places will be allocated.
Please fill in a separate form for each child in the case of siblings!
Your email address will only be used for this purpose. If you decide to go ahead with lessons, then you will need to subscribe to Harmonia Music (details will follow after prospective pupils have been seen!).
Lessons are £11 for 20 mins, £16.50 for 30 mins (all individual lessons), payable in advance at the start of each term.
Parents should expect to pay around £10 per term on music books, usually included on the termly invoice.
There are a small number of instruments available for hire: full size flute, small curved head flute, and smaller C clarinets. Other instruments will need to be purchased or hired from music shops. Advice can be provided about suitable models.
Approx. 2nd hand prices: flute £100, clarinet £130, saxophone £180

 Lessons are to be paid for by the 2nd lesson of term
 Teacher absence will be made up at a later date in the year or refunded; pupil absence is not normally made up, except for exceptional circumstances, or notice of more than 7 days.
 Pupils must bring their practice diary and tutor books every week. If practice diaries are lost, then replacements are available for £2.
 Half a term’s written notice (email accepted) is required to stop lessons.
 Lesson costs are £11 for 20 mins, £16.50 for 30 mins.
 Pupils must aim to do 5 practices per week and should mark every practice with a tick in their diary. Parents must help pupils find suitable practice times and remind them when necessary.

Email address *
Name of parent *
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Name of child *
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Current Year group of child *
My child is interested in (tick as many as relevant) *
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