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Music Lessons

We offer a wide range of music lessons in school led by external tutors. Children have weekly lessons over the course of a term during the school day. As the children progress in their instruments, there are opportunities for performance and for more formal examination.

 

Violin

Violin lessons are led by Ms Prue Ward from Cambridgeshire Music. Children can start learning the violin from year 3 onwards. Violin sessions are groups sessions, usually based within a child's year group. The school does lend instruments but it is the responsibility of the child to ensure the instrument is treated with respect and returned to us in good condition.

 

Brass

Brass lessons are led by Mr Chris Parsons. Children can start learning a brass instrument from year 3 onwards. Brass sessions are groups sessions, usually based within a child's year group. The school does lend instruments but it is the responsibility of the child to ensure the instrument is treated with respect and returned to us in good condition.

 

Piano

Piano lessons are led by Jenny Tayler. Children can start learning the piano from year 4 onwards. Piano sessions are individual sessions. It is important that a child has access to either a piano or keyboard at home. Piano lessons are extremely popular so the school operates a waiting list system. Children are invited to be added to the waiting list at the end of year 3 and then notified when spaces become available.

 

Guitar

Guitar lessons are led by Cliff Ward. Children can start learning the guitar from year 4 onwards. Guitar sessions are groups - either in pairs or within 3s. The school does not supply guitars and so children must have their own guitar to bring to school. Ideally this should be a 3/4 length guitar. Guitar lessons are extremely popular so the school operates a waiting list system. Children are invited to be added to the waiting list at the end of year 3 and then notified when spaces become available.

What should I do if I am interested in music lessons?

If your child is in KS2, then please contact the school office stating which instrument your child is interested in learning. We will then be in touch. If your child is in year 3, we will be in touch in the summer term regarding piano and guitar lessons. We do not add children in year 3 to the waiting list until the end of the summer term.

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