Music Service update
The Music Service will be sharing solutions to support children and their musical learning during this period of school closure.
All children receiving lessons through the Music Service, in whole classes or groups, have the free long term loan of their musical instrument.
Please ensure children have their instruments at home so that they can access resources as they are shared online.
You can keep up to date with support offered through our website and social media accounts:
Twitter – @Wtonmusic
Facebook – Wolverhampton Music Service
Should you need to contact us during this period, you can telephone the office number 01902 558105 during office hours (8.30am – 4.30pm) or e mail using the enquiry address Music.School@wolverhampton.gov.uk
We currently teach over 5500 children every week in Wolverhampton schools!
Years’ of Experience
Nurturing and celebrating young lives through musical experiences.
We provide the long term loan of over 3000 musical instruments, at no extra cost to schools or parents!
We run 13 progressive bands, orchestras and ensembles out of school, at no extra cost to parents, for children to develop their playing and progress with others.
We offer high quality instrumental and vocal teaching provided in school by our team of experienced music teachers. Out of school, we support children’s learning by providing a network of FREE ensembles and a substantial calendar of events and opportunities.
We provide weekly tuition on over 30 different instruments, along with the long term free loan of a musical instrument. Our leadership team regularly offer guidance and support to schools on contracting with parents or subsidising the cost of lessons in school.
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