Payment Methods

Credit / Debit Card or Cash

The easy way to pay for your music lessons…

Most students prefer to pay for their music lessons in blocks of 5 sessions at a time – it’s quicker, easier and cheaper this way… and reduces the amount of wasted time in lessons sorting out money.

I use WorldPay to handle all my card transactions because:

  • It’s 100% secure.
  • It only takes a couple of minutes.
  • Nearly all credit and debit cards are accepted.
  • No PIN number is required.
  • I do not retain any of your card details.
  • My customers receive an instant email receipt.
  • There’s no additional charge to students for the service.

I accept all major credit and debit cards.


 Payment in Blocks of 5 Lessons

The Flexible Approach to Teaching Music

 
I make paying for lessons as easy and quick as possible by offering a discount for payment in blocks of 5 sessions at a time.  Students pay once every 5 lessons – these sessions can then be taken weekly, fortnightly or much less regularly.  Once you have paid for your block of lessons, you will keep those sessions ‘on account’ until you use them.  Even if it’s months between sessions, you will not lose the time that you have pre-booked.

Your 5 lessons can then be booked one at a time, around your busy schedule (and according to my availability).  I teach five days per week, including Saturday, and some evenings – you are free to book into any available slots.

Lessons can be cancelled and rearranged for a different time or a different day without forfeiting any pre-paid lessons, as long as you give 24 hours notice of your decision to alter your appointment.  You must be aware, though, that ALL LESSONS CANCELLED WITH LESS THAN 24 HOURS NOTICE ARE FORFEITED, irrespective of the reason for the cancellation.  Because I am extremely busy, this policy is necessary to protect me from having my time booked only for a student to cancel at the 11th hour and leave a gap in my working day.  All students must agree to this condition before taking up lessons with me.