Term start/end and half term dates for the 2023-24 academic year:
Term time: Saturday 16 September to Saturday 9 December 2023 (inclusive)
Half-term weekend: Saturday 28 October 2023
Term time: Saturday 6 January 2024 to Saturday 16 March 2024 (inclusive)
Half-term weekend: Saturday 17 February 2024
Term time: Saturday 13 April to Saturday 13 July 2024 (inclusive)
Half-term weekend: Saturday 01 June 2024
2023-24 CONCERT DATES (to be confirmed)
Fees are payable in advance or by instalment plan via Trinity Laban’s online payment system.
Fee Payment Timing
If fees from a prior academic year are outstanding, the student will not be permitted to enrol for the new academic year until all debt is cleared.
Please note if payment is not made by the listed deadlines, your child will not be able to have their individual lessons.
Recovery of debt
In the case of outstanding fees, the debt will be actively pursued by the Trinity Laban Finance Office and the matter may also be passed to an external debt collection agency.
If you have any queries with regards to the payment of fees, please contact the Finance Office on 0208 305 4346 (/9485/9486).
Bursaries and Scholarships
Junior Trinity is able to offer a limited number of bursaries to cover fees or a proportion of fees. Please note that these are means-tested and available only to Main Programme students. We currently cannot offer financial assistance to students on our Band Time, String Time or Distance Learning A-Level programmes.
Current bursary funding:
- Department for Education’s Music and Dance Scheme
- Trust Funds
- Named bursaries from individual donors and endowment funds
- Sources made available from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance such as school partnerships and endangered instrument bursaries
Students can apply for bursary assistance after auditioning for a place on the programme, and all recipients must reapply for bursaries each year.