The Itinerant Music programme is supported financially by the Ministry of Education. Places on this programme are limited as the Ministry allocates a set number of hours it funds for each school.  If you would like to take advantage of the Itinerant Music Programme, you must be aware of the commitment to attend regularly. There is often a waiting list for these places and students will lose their place on the programme if they are not committed. Students are also expected to join a school ensemble group as soon as they are proficient in their instrument. 

Applications are due in by the end of Week 2 in Term 1.  Students may be put on a waiting list if there is not an available place.

Students can register their interest in learning an instrument under the itinerant scheme by clicking on the instrument and submitting the online form.  There is a $100 itinerant music lesson levy to cover music and administration costs. This fee is payable via the Parent Portal. Applications close end of Week 2 Term 1. Lessons start Week 3.

Please read important terms and conditions relating to enrolment in the Itinerant Music programme.

Itinerant Music Programme Terms & Conditions