Instrument tuition


Instrument Tuition

Faculty of PE and Performing Arts


Staff

Mr M Hogg - Subject leader

Peripatetic Music Team

Ethos

We believe every child should have the opportunity to learn an instrument to develop self-expression and we do our best to accommodate as many students as possible. Currently we have around 150 students per week involved in extra-curricular music lessons on a range of instruments and vocals. There is currently no charge for this service.

Aims

We believe that learning an instrument (including singing) encourages the development of important skills, including:

  • confidence and creativity
  • concentration
  • perseverance and independent learning
  • team skills and working with others
  • coordination
  • personal responsibility
  • self-expression and relieves stress
  • listening skills
  • a sense of achievement
  • self-discipline
  • time management and organisational skills
  • an insight into a range of cultures

 


KS3 & KS4 Curriculum 2018-2019


 

We have a number of specialist peripatetic music teachers, timetabled to give tuition in the following instruments:

  • Brass – Mr P Mooney
  • Drums – Mr D Braithwaite
  • Keyboard/Piano – Mr L Morson/Mr M Burton
  • Guitar/Bass guitar/Ukulele – Mr D Braithwaite
  • Steelband – Mr M Clarke
  • Woodwind – Mr M Burton
  • Violin – Miss Q Wu
  • Vocals – Mrs C Jane