Lorne P-12 College
If you are new to Lorne P-12 College welcome! We’d also like to extend a big thank you and welcome back if you are returning for another term of lessons after the break.

Your child has expressed interest in learning a musical instrument this year. The school currently offers private tuition in piano, guitar, bass guitar, voice, violin, and drums.

Fees are set at $30 per 30 minutes for students in years F - 10. The school has also introduced a "Siblings Policy". This policy states that if you have more than one child learning an instrument, you will pay a discounted rate of $25 per 30 minutes per student. Group lessons can also be arranged subject to teacher approval.

VCE Instrumental Music lessons fees are set at $45 per 50 minutes. This will coincide with student timetables and meets the requirements of the VCE study.

The following form also includes guidelines for cases where your child may be sick or absent from school, and when events and excursions fall on a lesson day.

For further information or any questions, please contact John Waller at the main office.
Email address *
Optional New Student Three Week Trial Period
Initially, for students commencing lessons for a new instrument or with a new teacher, there will be a 3 lesson grace period, whereby if the student chooses to not continue with the tuition before their 4th lesson, they can withdraw from the program and the remainder of the lessons will be refunded. In the event of tuition cancellation, the P -12 Music Coordinator, Mr John Waller, must be notified by writing by the parent or carer with 24 hours notice before commencement of the 4th lesson.
Fees: Term to be paid by the due date on the invoice, if the student withdraws after three week grace period, remainder monies will be refunded.
Would you like to use the trial period? *
Please read the below information carefully and tick the declaration box
When you enrol your child to learn an instrument, the expectation is that the student will complete eight (8) lessons as part of the program. These lessons will be delivered throughout a school term.

All lesson fees are collected in advance (with the exception of the three-week new student trial period, see below). You can opt to pay for either a full term or pay in 2 equal instalments. Fees are due week 1 and then again in week 5 if you opt for the 2 instalment system. At the beginning of each term you will be emailed an invoice which can be paid directly to the instrumental teacher unless other special arrangements have been made with the instrumental teacher.

If lesson payment has not been received before the commencement of lesson four (4), the student will not receive future lessons until the amount has been paid.

If your child is sick or absent on the day of a lesson you must inform the teacher either via text or a phone call before 8.30 am that day. This will result in that lesson being credited. Failure to do so will result in you being charged for the lesson for which your child was absent.

If your child misses a lesson due to school events or excursions, you will be credited with a make up lesson.

Make-up lessons will not be refunded and if a suitable time cannot be established within the current school term, they will carry over to the following term.

Mid-term enrolments are most welcome, your invoice will simply be adjusted in accordance with the number of remaining weeks in the term. The trial period also still applies.
Public Liability Insurance, Working with Children Check, Confidentiality and Child Safe Standards
I understand the provider (external teacher) will have public liability insurance, Working with Children Check and will sign the Confidentiality and Child Safe Standards school form before engaging with the school.

I give permission for my child to attend private music lessons with the provider (external teacher).

I understand that the school is acting with duty of care ensuring all providers (external teachers) have relevant qualifications, adhere to Child Safe Standards, hold a Working with Children Check and public liability insurances.
Declaration *
Student Details
Student Full Name *
Instrument *
Grade *
Parent/Gaurdian Full Name *
Contact Phone Number (Mobile) *
Postcode *
What time would you prefer the student to receive lessons? (you can indicate multiple preferences)
Does the child have any siblings learning an instrument at the College? (Sibling Discount)
Clear selection
Welcome to the Lorne P12 instrumental music program!
Your details will be forwarded on to the appropriate instrumental teacher. The teacher will make contact with you as soon as possible to arrange a day and time for your child to receive lessons. If you have any further questions please contact John Waller at the main office.
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