Our Instrumental Lessons


Our Services for your School

Whatever your request- we will find the right way to help!


Percussion/Keyboard/Guitar Workshops

Experience an instrument in a group setting. Learn new techniques and have fun! This workshop is suitable for all year groups and is run by our professional team.

Full Day Workshop– (Two sessions: 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm)


Half Day Workshop– (One session: 10am-12pm or 1pm-3pm)


GCSE/ A Level Coursework Booster

Are your students approaching deadlines, but the coursework is a little raw and not at its full potential? Is the pressure of endless interventions building up and you wish to maximise your department’s grades? We are here to help push your students’ work to its best standard. – £50/hr


Workshops for Primary and Secondary- Solo, Bands or Ensembles

TMC can provide weekly support from experienced instrumental staff to coach small and large group ensembles during or/ after school, preparing them for exams, assemblies and school performances. £55/hr


Bespoke instrumental teaching

Whether of not your students are doing ABRSM/Trinity exams, all teaching follows the National Curriculum. Delivered by a trained team of specialist music teachers, all of whom undertake an enhanced DBS check and receive regular training and the latest techniques. Most of our staff are QTS certified. -£45/hr



Our Team is here to contact:


Phone: 09:00 – 20:00

Email: info@themusiccastle.co.uk


Yay or nay GCSE Music?

Are your students in Year 9 and approaching their GCSE choice making? This fun and insightful workshop, debunks all the myths and misconceptions about GCSE Music, and gives a realistic overview of the standards required for the course!

Half Day Workshop (10am-12pm): £280

Perfect for Y9/10

Whether deciding on GCSE Music or already at the start of your course. This workshop will motivate you to succeed.


Listen to some GCSE standard pieces, and try to put together a performance with your peers.

Composition Briefs

Unpacking a brief. Only 30%, but how can you get the maximum marks when composing to the brief feels like a chore?


Wider listening isn’t as scary- we show you how to develop great listening habits, that may actually turn you into an analytical geek.