Just doing some "research" for my own financial reasons.
Next year I'm losing a day of school teaching, and would like to make up the difference in $, ideally without going into relief teaching (which I hate).
I also have the option of taking private piano students, but that's option B atm.
Option A is-
* Talk to the daycare directly across the road from my house
* see if they're interested in having me do 1/2 hour music lessons to assist them in meeting the Early Childhood curriculum (I'm in QLD).
I'm thinking maybe the 3-4 and 4-5 year old age brackets, as I'm pretty sure they're also a preschool. They're an 86 placement centre according to the advertising I've found, so assuming maybe 1/2 of those are in that age bracket? Say 40 for the argument.
I'm looking at charging $2 a child. So, if every one of those "40" children attended, I could make $80 a week, which is most of the take-home $ I'm lacking.
There's also several daycares around, so even if this particularly convenient one isn't interested, there are options.
Would you be happy to pay $2 a week for a qualified music teacher to come to your daycare and teach music?