Malton, North Yorkshire 
 

FEES  

OUR CLASS FEES ARE LISTED BELOW ALONG WITH ANY DISCOUNTS... 
 
 
45 MINUTE LESSON £5.10 PER CLASS 
60 MINUTE LESSON £5.60 PER CLASS 
 
PRIVATE SINGING LESSONS PER HALF HOUR £12.25 PER WEEKLY CLASS 
£6.10 PER FORTNIGHTLY CLASS 
 
PRIVATE DRAMA PRICES ON REQUEST 
 
SIBLING DISCOUNTS  
2ND CHILD ATENDING LESSONS 5% DISCOUNT ON CLASS FEE 
YOUNGEST CHILD FREE OF CHARGE (for families with three or more children attending classes) 
 
LOYALTY SCHEME 
FOR CHILDREN TAKING 4,5 OR 6 CLASSES A WEEK ,THEN YOUR CHILD WILL RECIEVE 1 FREE CLASS PER WEEK. 
FOR CHILDREN TAKING 7 OR MORE CLASSES A WEEK ,THEN YOUR CHILD WILL RECIEVE 2 FREE CLASSES PER WEEK. 
 
FREE PLACES FOR FAMILIES ON LOW INCOME 
Free places available to those who are on low income. 
 
Definition of low income 
Low income relates to students who receive free school meals or where a family is in receipt of the qualifying benefits for free school meals or who received the maximum level of working tax credits. 
 
You will need to provide your direct debit details when applying online. Once we have determined that you meet the low income criteria we will reduce the fee and direct debits accordingly. 
 
The qualifying benefits for free school meals are: 
Universal credit - provided you have an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400 as assessed by earnings from up to three of your most recent assessment periods; 
Income-based Jobseekers' allowance; 
Income-related employment and support allowance; 
Child tax credit, provided you are not entitled to working tax credit, and have an annual household income (as assessed by HM Revenue and Customs) that does not exceed £16,190; 
Support under part VI of the immigration and asylum act 1999; or 
Guarantee element of state pension credit. 
It also applies to those students who are young parents on low income, who are on a means-tested benefit from the list above. 
 
If you do not meet the 'definition of low income' requirements but are experiencing financial hardship, please let us know as we may still be able to reduce fees or help in some other way. 
 
 
We can also offer discretionary help those families with household income between £16,190-£23,000, who may not qualify for any of the above. 
 
Please, if you feel you may qualify for help, get in touch with our director, Dan . Each family will be able to confidentially discuss any concerns with Dan via his email dan.hield@kirkhamhenrycic.co.uk . 
 
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