The Thurrock Music Education Hub is run by Thurrock Music Services and it's partners

The Thurrock Music Education Hub was established in August 2012 following a successful bid from Thurrock Music Services to Arts Council England. This initial three year funding will enable the young people of Thurrock to participate in and experience the best possible music making opportunities through education, social, cultural and leisure activities.

The Thurrock Music Education Hub facilitates opportunities to participate in and experience the best possible music making as part of personal development, educational, social, cultural and leisure activity. This is achieved by providing access to the broadest musical experiences, maximising learning and development for our communities in general and specifically for all children and young people.


We run a large number of ensembles at our music schools. They give regular performances.

Instrument hire

We  have a large bank of quality musical instruments for hire at competitive rates. These are offered to all students receiving instrument tuition with Thurrock Music Services (subject to availability).

Music examinations

Thurrock Music Services is a registered centre for Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Theory and Practical examinations and Trinity Guildhall Percussion examinations. We also offer a range of additional examinations.

Music events

We hold 2 main music festivals each year, the Infant Music Festival, and the Junior Music Festival for key stage 2 pupils who attend junior schools in Thurrock. We also run a number of showcase events throughout the year including informal performance opportunities (platforms), concerts and joint services events with partners such as the Thameside Theatre and Royal Opera House.


Thurrock Music Services takes the safety and wellbeing of all children seriously.  To see our Safeguarding policy please download the document from the link at the top right of this page. The DfE statutory guidance for schools and colleges 'Keeping Children Safe' 2018 can be downloaded by clicking the link below the TMS safeguarding policy.