Latest exam updates

Online Music Theory exam date – 12 December 2020

Our first online Music Theory exams for Grades 1 to 5 in Singapore will take place on 12 December 2020.The booking period for these exams is 26 October to 9 November. Find out more about online Music Theory.

Remotely-assessed Performance Grade and ARSM exams

We will share exam dates and booking periods for our remotely-assessed Performance Grades soon.

Singapore office closure 

On government advice, we will still continue to work from home into Phase 3. We will therefore be unable to answer telephone calls during this time.

If you need to contact us please email [email protected]

Becoming a Better Music Teacher – your reviews

With over 20,000 enrolments since it began, this free online course is now available regularly and sits at the heart of our online teacher support and CPD programme.

Really helpful and enjoyable course. Some great ideas for future lessons, tips for self analysis and improvement, and a huge amount of well thought-out material. Also reassuring to see some techniques I already use too - helps to know you're on the right track sometimes too!

I really enjoyed the online course as it confirmed I’m doing a good job on so many levels but also gave me some angles to consider that I hadn’t before. The printable sheets I have used in lessons since too. Having online group chats with other teachers & reading their suggestions was nice too. I would recommend spending the time to do it whatever stage of teaching you’re at.

I was very keen to do this course and impressed with the amount of information available. You never stop learning and as a teacher it is important to keep up to date. It was also good to be able to see the comments from other teachers as sharing ideas is also important. I would thoroughly recommend it.

These are just some of the positive comments we’ve received about our course, Becoming a Better Music Teacher. Our next course begins on 10 August and you can register online now:

Want a taster of the course? Here’s Chief Examiner, John Holmes to introduce the course.

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