Basic Fee 2019/20: £3,425, including:
- Weekly 40-minute first study lesson
- Weekly musicianship class
- Choral, orchestral and chamber music ensembles (dependent on study)
Basic Fee including GCSE / A Level Music Course: £3,930
Second/Third Study (30 minutes): £1,100
Second/Third Study (40 minutes): £1,475
First Study lesson extension (60 minutes): £725
Alexander Technique (30 minutes fortnightly): £550
Distance Learner A Level Music Course: £1,755
Longer lessons and additional studies are subject to availability. Additional fees apply.
|Fast Fiddlers||£1,040||x5 sessions|
|Rhythm Runners||£920||x4 sessions|
|Stepping Stones||£780||x3 sessions|
|String Starters||£710||x2 sessions|
|Trinity Teenies||£365||x1 session|
|Individual Lessons (30 mins)||£1,100|
|Individual Lessons (40 mins)*||£1,475|
*Subject to availability and approval by the String Time Programme Manager
|Wind and Brass 2 & 3||£920||x4 sessions|
|Wind and Brass 1||£920||x5 sessions|
|Recorders 2||£775||x2 sessions|
|Recorders 1||£710||x2 sessions|
|Trinity Teenies||£365||x1 session|
Please note that these fees apply to the Academic Year 2019/20 and are subject to change.
Fees, Bursaries and Scholarships
We are 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) and as part of the Department for Education Music and Dance Scheme 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, trombone, tuba and 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 or Band Time students.
Fee payment information for parents/guardians of new and continuing students. This is for the academic year 2019/20.
You will receive one invoice for the full academic year. This can either be paid in full by 1 September 2019 or in eight monthly instalments by our online payment system. If you choose to pay by instalments, a plan must be set up online via the link below by 1 September 2019:
Payment plan dates
Payments will be taken automatically from the debit or credit card you have provided. The first payment will be taken on the first day of each month from September to April inclusive. No other instalment plans or instalment methods are available or will be accepted.
After 1 September 2019, you will NOT have the option to pay by instalments and the full debt becomes payable.
The instalment option may not be available where the previous year’s instalment plan dates have not been adhered to.
Payments in full can be paid via the above link or alternatively we can accept payment by bank transfer.
Bank transfer payment
If you pay by bank transfer, you are responsible for paying all charges incurred by the Conservatoire. Please use our bank details as below:
- Account name: Trinity Laban
- Account number: 00977287
- Sort code: 23-83-97
- Bank name: Allied Irish Bank
- Branch: 10 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, W1J 6AA
- Swift code: AIBKGB2L
- IBAN number: GB67 AIBK 2383 9700 9772 87
It is vital that the student’s account number and invoice number are quoted as a reference.
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.