Instrumental Learning for KS3 & KS4
What's on Offer?
There are a range of options available to help support music making within Secondary Schools. Below is a flavour of projects that we could deliver within your school. We know that every school is unique so please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail and enable us to design a bespoke package that best meets your needs.
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Defined by its dynamic playing style, Taiko involves choreographed movement which many identify with Japanese martial arts. It is noted that the principles of Taiko can help with developing respect for one's self, other players, and the instruments in order to bring about a discipline of both body and mind.
Aimed at KS3, the programme consists of 10 x 45 minute lessons with a class size group, use of a set of Taiko drums for the duration of the project and teacher training for school based teachers. Using CPD we could support the class teacher to use the drums with further pupils within the school.
Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT)
Schools may not pass on costs to pupils.
Weekly instrumental lessons for whole classes (maximum 33 pupils.) Lessons are 45 minutes long and there are a minimum of 30 over one year. Instruments are provided and where appropriate pupils can take them home to practice. Available on the following: Brass, Djembe, Guitar (Acoustic), Percussion, Steel Pans, Strings, Ukulele, and Woodwind.
Book a Project for Your School
To book a Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT) or Taiko Rhythms project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org