Welcome to our School pages! If you're interested in our Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT) projects, please see the short video about our Brass projects to the right. For more information about WCIT, please see the section below. To book projects for your school, please click here
Please click on one of the headings or links below to find out more.
Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT) & Booking Information
WCIT or Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (WCET) involves weekly, 45 minute lessons being delivered to your whole class, so that all pupils in the class learn at the same time. Lessons take place in the classroom, led by our fully trained and DBS checked Leicestershire Music staff.
Lessons can be booked for 1,2 or 3* terms. We recommend 3 terms, to ensure that students are able to form a strong bond with music to help enthuse and inspire them to take their music making further. We aim to deliver a minimum of 10 sessions per term.
We offer a variety of instruments - subject to availability. (One instrument option per booking). A class set of instruments is included in the price and pupils can take these home to practice on - except Steel Pans & Taiko due to their size.
Pupils can receive WCIT for the first academic year (AKA First Access) and then move onto Progression, which follows the same format as WCIT but allows pupils to continue their learning journey and progress even further.
To find out more and to book please click here
WCIT - Instrument information & other useful links (for schools in receipt of a WCIT project)
If you have booked a Leicestershire Music Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT) programme please click here to find out more information about instruments going home with pupils, terms and conditions and other useful documents.
Singing Projects for KS1 - KS4 and how to book
CPD / Training
Live Music Performance Opportunity for your School
Alexander, a violinist who lives in Leicestershire, often visits schools to give young people the opportunity to listen to live music. Alexander, plays the violin to a high standard, and has had to overcome many barriers that have been presented to him on his musical journey. Alexander has some learning differences and is a wonderful role model to all our children and young people in Leicester and Leicestershire.
If you would like a performance from Alexander please do get in touch with email@example.com who will be able to put you in contact with Alexander and his mum, Ann
I just wanted to say thank you for putting me in touch with Alexander and his mum. He came in yesterday and played for the whole school for about 20 minutes in assembly. He was inspirational playing with no music and moving to the music whilst playing. The children were in awe, and it did wonders for their appreciation of diversity and acceptance of others as well as hearing live music. I would highly recommend it to other schools.
Thrussington Primary School
If you have any queries about our projects, bookings or any way we might be able to help music making in your schools. please contact a member of our team at LMteaching@leics.gov.uk