Instrument tuition


Instrument Tuition

Faculty of PE and Performing Arts


Staff

Mr M Hogg - Subject leader

Peripatetic Music Team

Ethos

Although we do not have limitless resources we seek to encourage and support pupils, regardless of ability, ethnicity and socio economic background, to consider learning to play a wide range of instruments and styles to match their interests and aspirations. There is presently 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 2016-2017


 

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

  • Brass
  • Drums
  • Keyboard/Piano
  • Guitar/Bass Guitar
  • Steelband
  • Woodwind
  • Violin
  • Vocals