(AQA) is an incredibly diverse course, encompassing a variety of practical and academic approaches to the study of music. The course enables students to develop highly-desirable skills in areas such as independent learning, self-management, teamwork, problem-solving, communication and creativity. Music A-Level is highly regarded by universities and music colleges (conservatoires) alike, and is a pathway to almost any degree course. Taught in mixed classes across all three senior schools in our state-of-the-art facilities, the additional support for any musician at Loughborough Schools Foundation is unrivalled. In addition to the timetabled allocation (10 periods a week) most students will also be entitled to a repertoire session (half an hour a week) supporting performance skills. There are also numerous ensembles and choirs available for students to access, which are a must for any serious A-Level musician.