Learning an Instrument

The Benefits

Singing or playing a musical instrument really enriches the lives of children and young people as well as having a positive impact on other aspects of education and learning. The National Plan for Education highlights the important role which music has as part of a young person’s education. Learning to play a musical instrument has many benefits: it teaches perseverance and discipline; fosters self-expression; relieves stress; promotes social skills; boosts self-confidence and promotes happiness! We offer different musical learning programmes to suit different needs, all delivered by our highly skilled, DBS cleared instrumental tutors.

Individual tuition is delivered in Primary and Secondary schools across the county, in a range of styles and genres. Students get undivided, personal attention, building trust and helping grow confidence. Small Group Tuition is also available in groups up to a maximum of six students, giving pupils the opportunity to work with their peers at a similar level,encouraging interaction and enhancing social skills.

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Whole Class Instrumental Tuition aims to ensure that every child is given an opportunity to play a musical instrument for at least one term at primary school. According to research, learning in this type of environment gives children more confidence and higher self-esteem.

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