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Musical Instrument Tuition & Clubs

Learning to Play Musical Instruments at Longfleet

(Please also refer to the information in the 'Children' section of the website)

 

Class Music Lessons

As well as singing, all children learn to play musical instruments in their class music lessons. This year they will learn to play the following instruments:

Reception & KS1 - tuned & untuned percussion

Year 3 – recorder

Year 4 – clarinet and flute

Year 5 – ukulele

Year 6 – keyboard

 

Instrumental Music Clubs

This year we have Orchestra, Clarinet Club, Recorder Club and Cello Club. For details please see “Peripatetic Music Lessons & Instrumental Clubs: Detailed Information”.

 

Small Group Instrumental Tuition

In addition to their class music lesson some pupils choose to have small group tuition on another instrument. For specific information about the fees and availability for the different instruments please read Peripatetic Music Lessons & Instrumental Clubs: Detailed Information”.

 

Having musical instrument lessons during school time requires a high degree of physical coordination, excellent organisational skills and a willingness to practise regularly at home. Pupils will also have to catch up with any work missed in class. Therefore Peripatetic music lessons are for children in Year 2 upwards but are primarily aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils (Years 3 – 6).

 

When allocating places we will consider two things: your position on the waiting list and the age of your child compared to the age of the children in the group where the space is available. We aim to place children in a group with other children in the same or very close year group. Most places become available at the start of the school year but occasionally spaces do open up during the school year.

 

Children who have peripatetic music lessons will have a different lesson time each week. This is so that they are not missing the same lesson in class every week. They will need to check their lesson time on their music timetable every week and remember to go to their lesson at the correct time. The music timetables are displayed in every classroom and outside the music room. Children also have the responsibility to remember their instruments and music books on each day that they have a lesson.

 

Fees & payment

We do not issue invoices for music tuition fees but they should always be paid in the first week of each term. You may pay with cash or a cheque at the school office or online using Parent Pay. If you wish to discontinue your child’s peripatetic music lessons half a term’s notice is required.

Peripatetic Music Lessons & Instrumental Clubs: Detailed Information

Contact Miss Wright

In your message please state your child's full name and class. If your child is in Years 2 - 6 and you want them to be added to a waiting list, please make it clear which instrument they would like to learn.

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