There is a termly composite fee for the core curriculum.
Basic Fee: £1,015 per term, including:
- Weekly 40-minute first study lesson
- Weekly musicianship class
- Choral, orchestral and chamber music ensembles (dependant on study)
Basic Fee including GCSE / A Level Music Course: £1,166.67
Second/Third Study (30 minutes): £326.67 per term
Second/Third Study (40 minutes): £436.67 per term
Alexander Technique (30 minutes fortnightly): £163.33 per term
Longer lessons and additional studies are subject to availability. Additional fees apply.
|Fast Fiddlers||£306.67 per term||x5 sessions|
|Rhythm Runners||£273.33 per term||x4 sessions|
|Stepping Stones||£231.67 per term||x3 sessions|
|String Starters||£210 per term||x2 sessions|
|Trinity Teenies||£108.33 per term||x1 session|
|Individual Lessons (30 mins)||£326.67 per term|
|Individual Lessons (40 mins)*||£436.67 per term|
*Subject to availability and approval by the String Time Programme Manager
Please note that these fees apply to the Academic Year 2015/16 and are subject to change.
Fees, Bursaries and Scholarships
Don't be deterred by the costs as we're able to offer means-tested bursaries for students through the generous support of Trusts, Foundations, educational institutions and individual donors. Junior Trinity is also a Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) as part of the Department for Education Music and Dance Scheme and is able to award grants to students in financial need who demonstrate exceptional potential and dedication.
Junior Trinity also offers a small number of bursaries to students who wish to take up an 'endangered species' instrument (bassoon, french horn, tuba, trombone, double bass) as a second study. Instruments can often be provided. These bursaries are subject to availability and are not means tested.
At present we are not able to offer bursaries to String Time students.