School Guitar Tuition Programmes

Guitar tuition programs held at your school, run by a specialist guitar teacher.

Make Music Big

Creating musical culture doesn’t just spontaneously happen – it takes forethought and strategic planning from those in charge of the department.

A certified UGA Guitar Teacher can establish a guitar tuition program to suit your school, raise the profile of music and build a strong sense of community.


Guitar Lessons Are Just The Beginning

Tuition Programs

Students learn chords, scales, exercises, sight reading and songs in private or group Lessons.


Capture the intrigue of other students with showcases and performances by our guitar students.

Ensemble Groups

Group classes can be perform ensemble pieces at school events and assemblies.

Boost Your HSC Ranking

We specialise in guitar playing and music theory at UGA. It’s our job to train guitarists and help them become the best they can possibly be in order to achieve high standards in their playing and school assessments.

We Specialise In Teaching Guitar

All Skill Levels

We constantly teach beginners and advanced students

All Ages

We frequently teach students as young as three

All Music Styles

Electric, acoustic, rock, pop, fingerstyle – we teach it all

All Ages & Skill Levels

Private Lessons can suit students of any age group, but are particularly ideal for young beginners, older learners or anyone who has experienced difficulty trying to learn the guitar.

Advanced students often prefer Private Lessons because they tend to require assistance in very specific topics, like arpeggios, improvising or sweeping.

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The Details

We typically run Private and Group lessons at schools, with classes occurring before, after and during the school day. This means some students will come out of class to attend their lesson, though others may have their time slot outside of class times such as lunch breaks or after school.

We also use rotational timetables at most school locations, so that students don’t excessively miss out on the one subject.

Students would ideally need to bring their own guitar, though access to school guitars would be ideal so that there’s always a spare for those who forget their own. Our tutor will bring their own laptop, speaker and guitar to use.

After the lesson, students simply return to class and continue the school day.

We make an effort to be of little burden on the school as possible. Really, there are only three things we need.

– Reliable access to a classroom of some sort, with chairs, a desk and a powerpoint.

– Access to amenities.

– The opportunity to market their guitar tuition program within the school. This could be advertising in the school newsletter or simply visiting classes and explaining what the guitar tuition program entails.

– Air conditioning, or at very least a fan and heater.

– A large enough room for group lessons.

– A key for the room they’ll be using. This can be checked in/out each week at the front office if the tutor isn’t allowed to take the key home with them.

– Opportunity to advertise in the school newsletter. This can be paid advertising, but we usually ask that the school places the first advert free of charge, to help kick start the program.

– The opportunity to put up posters in the school. This could be on notice boards or even just around the music rooms.

– To be the dedicated guitar tutor for that school. This means not having a second tutor who teaches different students or on different days. The reason behind this is that our tutors are dedicating their time to your school and so deserve some dedication in return.

– Raised awareness by staff. This means having the music teachers inform their classes that lessons are available, handing out flyers to the classes for those interested and even making announcements at assemblies or in school newsletters.

– Not to be charged by the school for using their facilities. Of course we understand that this may be a necessity, but our point of view is that by running a tuition program we are benefiting the school by improving school culture and the prevalence of music. We also offer very competitive rates and any additional costs will most likely mean a rise in student fees, which in turn prevents people from becoming clients.

– Access to the school internet is very beneficial for both the students and teachers as it allows us to use online documents to assist students in their learning.

– The opportunity for students (and perhaps the tutor) to perform at assemblies and other school events. Doesn’t have to be on stage, it could simps be background music at a school event.

– The opportunity for the tutor to visit classrooms to introduce themselves and explain what they do at the school.

Send An Enquiry

If you’d like to know how we can make a programme to suit your school, send us your details and we’ll get in touch within 2 business days.