Students will have the opportunities to take public exams if they wish to. Each student will be assessed according to their technique skills and musicianship and will be sent to appropriate grade exams.
Why take a music exam?
- Motivation and inspiration, working carefully toward a definite goal
- A measure of personal progress and attainment against internationally recognised benchmarks
- A standard and objective way to improve a student’s music skills
- Assessed by a respected and independent musician who has been highly trained and is constantly monitored
- Performance opportunities
- A real sense of achievement
Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB)
AMEB is the most popular music examination system in
. THE AMEB exists to provide a
graded system of examinations in music, speech and drama, by offering high
quality syllabuses, educative services to our teachers, examiners and
candidates, and quality publications to the highest editorial standard. Australia
As one of the most respected bodies in this field AMEB’s qualifications are recognised as a national benchmark across
. AMEB examinations are based on
syllabuses designed by leading scholars and performers, regularly updated to
ensure that they reflect an appropriate range of performance skills and the
latest musicological research. The content of these syllabuses is, wherever
practical, published in affordable editions, ensuring that the cost to students
of acquiring a full range of the set pieces is as simple and inexpensive as
Overall direction of AMEB activities is the responsibility of a Federal Board consisting of representatives of educational institutions that are signatories to the AMEB constitution, namely the Universities of Melbourne,
and Adelaide , The Minster of Education, Western Australia , the Minister for Education,
Training and Employment, New South Wales , and the Minister for Education and
Skills. Queensland , through the Tasmania . University of Tasmania
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
As part of ABRSM’s commitment to excellence in music education, they provide a rich resource of materials, from albums of repertoire for the earliest stages of learning to scholarly editions of the great composers. Their online presence includes SoundJunction, our award-winning site for music learners.
To build on ABRSM’s 120 years inspiring generations of musicians, They provide charitable donations, scholarships and sponsorships, as well as acting as an advocate for music education. ABRSM do all they can to give music a voice in public life because they believe they have the power to change people’s lives.
From percussion to piano, saxophone to singing, Trinity College London provides a wide range of Grade and Certificate exams designed to nurture musical development at every level. Trinity College London graded music exams are designed to provide a structured learning framework which evaluates a student’s progress at every level. Music exams equip learners with real-life skills to help them become confident musicians and performers. Trinity exams are internationally recognised, with UCAS points available at the higher grades.
Trinity provides an internationally accredited, formal assessment process through an innovative diagnostic mark scheme within a flexible and contemporary suite of exams and publications.