Changes to In-Person Teaching, updated January 2022:

  • Those who have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, or who have someone in their household who does or who have been advised by NHS Test & Trace to self-isolate, should follow guidance to stay at home.
  • If lockdown measures come back into effect, all scheduled face-to-face lessons will be held via Zoom.

Instruments & what to bring:

  • Whenever possible, bring your own instrument (you can plug in to an amp & cable here – these will be cleaned after each use).
  • If you don’t have your own instrument (for example if this is your first lesson), one spare instrument will be provided. This will be cleaned after use.
  • For children’s lessons, only the parent & child will be allowed to attend.
  • From 27th January, you are encouraged to wear a face mask in indoor spaces, but this is not compulsory. Children under 11 don’t need to wear a mask.


  • Keep your distance (2m) to protect both me and yourself.
  • Parents are encouraged to wait outside in the garden seating area, weather permitting, or in their car.

Testing & Vaccinations:

  • Get vaccinated (if you are able to)
  • I understand that this is a personal view, but I do want to encourage it.
  • Take regular lateral flow tests, ideally before and after coming to a lesson in-person.

Sound Levels:

  • My partner now also works from home, so noise should be kept to a minimum to allow her to make calls without interruptions.
  • No siblings are to be brought along.
  • Singing or shouting carries a greater risk, so this should be avoided.

Cleaning & Hygiene:

  • Use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival.
  • Avoid touching door handles, surfaces, or your face.
  • Contact surfaces will be cleaned regularly.
  • Windows or doors will be kept open to increase ventilation.
  • Door handles & touch points will be cleaned regularly.
  • Please be aware that I have two cats. If you have allergies, please consider online lessons instead.

94% of my students said online lessons work better than they expected.

6% said they are the same as expected.

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Kids Guitar Lessons

Learning guitar should be fun, and free of frustration. Kids love my Accelerator lessons! I truly believe any child can play guitar – with the right approach.

Adult Beginner Guitar Lessons

My beginner guitar course teaches you the skills needed to play real songs from day one. Including your own favourites.

Intermediate Guitar Lessons

Systematically improve your skills, while developing your ears. Learn theory that you can apply to the guitar, so you can get out of a rut!