1. Fees & Booking

Lesson fees are subject to annual review. Where Lesson fees are increased as a result of such a review, the

Teacher shall endeavour to give the Student at least one month's notice of such increase. The Student shall

have the right to terminate this agreement immediately on written notice to the Teacher without liability to

pay for any further Lessons (and to receive a refund in respect of any Lessons for which the Student has paid

in advance) in the event that the applicable Lesson fees increase.

Lessons are booked one calendar month in advance and are charged on a month by month basis

depending on how many weekly lessons are due in that month. Online payments are mandatory

and clients are required to setup a payment card which will be automatically charged 3 days

before the 1st of the month. You will receive an invoice which will detail exactly what you have

been charged based on what is scheduled for the coming month. Any changes to the schedule

must be updated in the student portal 48hrs before invoices are sent out (five days before the last

day of the month). Clients are responsible for their own schedule and all invoices are final.

Lesson Prices 2023- £34 (45 minutes) £15 (Group class 40 minutes)

2. Missed Lessons

Any Lesson missed by the Student shall be paid for unless otherwise agreed with the Teacher. If the Teacher

is unavailable to give any scheduled Lesson, the Lesson will be carried forward to another date. If this is not

possible, any fee already paid will be used to pay for a future Lesson.

Cancellations- Cancellations must be requested at least 48 hours in advance using the online portal to be

eligible for a make up lesson. Any lessons cancelled on the day will be non-refundable or rescheduled.

Recurring no-shows-If a student fails to attend 3 lessons in a row (without appropriate justification or

prior arrangement) and has an outstanding balance, they will no longer be eligible for tuition and will

automatically forfeit their lesson slot.

3. Cooling off Period

a) The Student has a legal right to cancel this agreement under the Consumer Contracts (Information,

Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 during the "cooling off period" set out in 3(b) below.

This means that during that cooling off period, if the Student changes their mind or decides for any other

reason that they do not want to receive the Lessons, the Student can notify the Teacher of their decision to

cancel the agreement and receive a refund for any Lessons paid for but not received prior to that


b) The Student's cooling off period starts from the date of this agreement and ends 14 days later. To cancel

the agreement the Student should let the Teacher know that they have decided to cancel.

4. Limitation of Liability

a) If the Teacher fails to comply with the terms of this agreement, they are responsible for loss or damage

the Student suffers that is a foreseeable result of the Teacher's breach or their negligence, but is not

responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable.

b) If the Lessons are due to be performed at the Student's home, the Teacher is responsible for any damage

caused by them to that property.

c) The Teacher does not in any way exclude or limit their liability for death or personal injury caused by its

negligence, fraud, or fraudulent misrepresentation.

5. Termination of Agreement

A decision to discontinue lessons after the cooling off period may be taken by the Student or the Teacher in

which case written notice, the period of which is one calendar month, shall be given by the party seeking to

discontinue lessons. In the event that the Student discontinues lessons with insufficient notice, the Student

will be liable to pay fees for those lessons not taken during the notice period.

6. General

a) Neither party shall be liable to the other party for any breach by the other of any of the terms and

conditions herein occasioned by any act of God, war, revolution, riot, civil disturbance, strike, lock-out.

flood, fire or other cause not reasonably within the control of such party.

b) The Student undertakes not to make photocopies of any music.

c) Examination entries, festivals, competitions or otherwise will only be entered if the Student and

Teacher are in agreement. Any entry fees will be paid for by the Student.

d) The Student is responsible for the insurance of the Student's instrument.

e) In the interests of the Student's well-being whilst in the Teacher's care, the Teacher must be informed

of any medical or other condition affecting the Student.

f) If the Student is under eighteen, the Student's parent or guardian gives permission for the Teacher to

teach the Student.

g) The Teacher is a member of the MU and agrees to abide by the MU's Code of Conduct. a copy of which

can be obtained from the MU, whose address is 60-62 Clapham Road,

London SWg OJJ.