There are 6 contracts for music teaching work which are compliant with changes in consumer law – either privately, at home or in schools, online or face-to-face.
A written contract is an essential form of protection for your teaching practice as it sets out the terms and conditions for your relationship with your pupils. It also professionalises your work and ensures that you are covered for all eventualities.
Our contracts are generic to encompass as many situations as possible, but we are aware that many members use their own contracts with their pupils because they want to add their own terms and conditions. If you want your contract checked to make sure it is compliant with the new legislation, then please contact education@theMU.org for advice.