KTB Music are Priory's peripatetic music tutors delivering ‘paid for’ one-to-one lessons in school. Pupils will come out of a timetabled class lesson on a rota basis to minimise the disruption to their school lessons. Pupils can study to gain exam grades, to play in concerts or simply for pleasure.

Lessons are available in Singing | Piano | Saxophone | Drums | Guitar at £7 per 15 minutes

If you choose to take up these private lessons, KTB Music asks that your child is committed to a whole term’s tuition at a time. Each term’s timetable is emailed to parents and is displayed on the notice board adjacent to the sports hall viewing window for pupils to check.

KTB Music was founded to bring music to people from all walks of life.  They are dedicated to bringing a better quality of musical life through education, entertainment, self-growth and self-confidence to communities by establishing strong relationships with both business and individuals. 

KTB Music at Priory has a loyal commitment to the development of each individual's musical skills whilst understanding each individual's needs.  Encouragement to study for examinations will help pupils towards inspiring their own self-belief and creating and nurturing their own enthusiasm.

If pupils would like to take up an instrument, learn to sing or carry on from primary school, parents can email KTBMusicatpriory@outlook.com to request further details or go to www.ktbmusic.com to find out more. Pupils can see Mr Taylor, Lead Teacher for Music at Priory, for a chat and information booklet.

Alongside learning a new skill there are many benefits to learning a musical instrument:

  • Proving memory skills
  • Improving co-ordination skills
  • Improving maths skills
  • Improving reading and comprehension skills
  • Developing responsibility
  • Knowledge of culture and history
  • Enhancing a sense of creativity
  • Learning how to express yourself and your emotions
  • Developing your academic profile
  • As a way of relaxing
  • Developing self-discipline
  • Developing self-confidence
  • Risk-taking
  • Teamwork


There are many different types of external examinations available.  These are exams that would usually be scheduled throughout the school day, and take place in an external centre in Preston or Leyland.

These examinations are controlled by external exam boards such as the Association Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), London College of Music (LCM) or Trinity College.  Therefore prices for each grade will vary accordingly.  If you would like more information don't hesitate to get in touch or you can visit each examination board individually.

www.abrsm.org | https://lcme.uwl.ac.uk/ | www.trinitycollege.com/qualifications/music


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