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Music Tuition

At St. George’s Church of England Foundation School, we are pleased to be able to offer a range of instrumental lessons with professional, committed and talented peripatetic teachers. There are also several music clubs and extra-curricular activities available which are free to pupils – all we ask is for pupils to attend regularly and to let the leaders know if they are not able to make a rehearsal.

 

Instrumental lessons:

All lessons are taught on rotation so that pupils do not miss the same 20 minutes of the same lesson each week or even during the term.

Drums Mr Barnes

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £8.50 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Guitar Mr Brewer

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £7.50 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Bass Guitar Mr Ashington

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £7.50 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Piano/Keyboard Miss C Hayter

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £7.50 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Woodwind (clarinet, saxophone, flute) Mrs A Lawrie

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £8.00 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Piano and keyboard Mrs A Lawrie

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £8.00 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

Piano and French Horn

Mrs T Castle

By arrangement – please contact Mrs. Castle directly.

Voice Miss C Hayter

Lessons are 20 minutes per week – term time only

Cost - £7.50 per lesson, paid termly in advance directly to the teacher

 

Extra-Curricular Activities:

Tuesday 8.15 - 8.55 am room 142 – The School Band – Mr. Ashington
Tuesday 2.30 - 3.30pm room 142 – Rock Band – Mr Ashington
Wednesday 2.30 - 3.30pm room 142 – Dragons Ensemble –Miss. Hayter
Thursday 2.30 - 3.30pm room 142 – Performers Club – Miss. Hayter

 

We believe that music is very beneficial in developing students' competence as learners and increasing self-esteem, enabling personal expressions, reflection and emotional development.

Any students interested should see Mrs Castle in the Music Department for a letter or you can click here to download a copy.