Heylings Music, Park Road, Chorley
Administration Office

The administration office is the nerve centre of Heylings Music. Teachers teach, and the office takes care of everything else.


Because all business is conducted through the office we are able to streamline our services, saving our students and teachers time and money. For example, students needn’t waste valuable lesson time in lengthy discussions with teachers, when their problems can be solved by a quick trip to the office.
Teachers administrative tasks are all performed by the office, freeing teachers to do what they do best - teach. All this results in better time-keeping and interruption-free cost-effective lessons, saving everyone time and money!


As well as the day-to-day running of Heylings Music, the office is also responsible for :- maintaining the lesson timetables, recruiting new students and teachers, managing the Flexible Absence Scheme, arranging examinations, operating the Support Services and producing all advertising and publicity material.


The office is open to everyone during teaching hours and full-time staff are on hand to take phone calls between 9.00 am and 9.00 pm Monday to Friday and 9-00am to 3-00pm Saturday. This high level of accessibility and communications gives us an excellent student/staff relationship that ensures the efficient running of the establishment.
So we save you time, we save you money and we make sure everything runs smoothly. But above all, we are here to make our teachers’ and students’ time at Heylings Music as fulfilling and enjoyable as possible.

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´Organisation of the school is very efficient.´.
Ken Strang, Euxton
´Staff are flexible and provide the best possible support for students.´.
Colin Moulton, Hesketh
´If I need to change my lesson times I just ring the office and re-arrange them, giving good value for money.´.
Alison Boyle, Chorley
´Whenever we have any queries they are dealt with quickly and in a friendly and efficient manner.´.
M. and K. Wilkinson, Withnell