Please use the links below to register your child for online lessons
Register For lessons:
All new/existing students who receive a letter from their Music Service teacher should register Here
Important information for parents – please read beginning instrumental lessons with the Music Service
Instrumental Students Studying At Home:
Use our Keeping Active page to access additional resources
Music Service Orchestras/Groups:
Members who attend groups rehearsing at the music school buildings register here
Resources For Schools
School Home Resources:
For use where students must work at home are available on our Coronavirus Resources page
Finally don’t forget to follow us on social media for regular news/updates/opportunities
Should you need to contact us, 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 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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