Fees and terms and conditions for 2019-20
For our weekly Music Centre Groups the fees are £33.00 (inc vat) per term or part thereof (monthly direct debit £8.25).
If you are in full time education and aged between 18-21yrs then the fees are £29.00 (inc vat) per term on production of a valid student card (monthly direct debit £7.25).
As our Jigsaw Music Club, Bradford Youth Training Orchestra and BHT Early Years are only held once a month, the fees for these groups are £12 (inc vat) per term or part thereof (monthly direct debit £3.00).
If you currently have instrumental lessons provided by the Music & Arts Service and already pay by direct debit collection of music group membership must also be by direct debit. We will adjust your monthly payments to take account of ensemble membership, you do not need to complete a separate direct debit form.
You will be advised of any price increase during the Summer Term for ensemble membership. We guarantee to deliver 30 ensemble sessions throughout the academic year, however we plan to deliver 33, therefore refunds will not be given for missed sessions.
Music Centre Groups activities may be videoed or photographed for training, moderation and publicity purposes.
Please complete the Direct Debit form below payments are debited on the 15th of each month – Please advise if you have cancelled or amended your bank account – any payments not collected will incur a £10 admin charge. Alternative payment methods may be available, please contact the Music & Arts Service.
This agreement can only be cancelled in writing giving at least 2 weeks notice before the end of a term and it is assumed your child is continuing in the new academic term/year unless you have cancelled in writing. The full term must be paid for if a pupil withdraws part way through the term, no refunds will be given. You can email this to email@example.com.
NB: The Service reserves the right to cancel any lessons at any time where overall participating pupil numbers fall below prevailing Service minimum requirements.
Data Protection Act
Personal data will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. Information will only be used for statistical and monitoring purposes. No information will be passed to third parties.
For further information please contact the Music & Arts Service on 01274 434970.