I hope that you are all well. Mrs Mott, Mr Wallis and myself (Mr Miller) are missing seeing you each week for your music lesson. The point at which we left off back in March was a really exciting point because we were just starting to learn new notes and get onto some fantastic music. It is such a shame that these lessons came to an end when they did. We want you to know that your music making can continue into next academic year. Things will return to normal at some point, and when they do there is a chance for some extra music lessons. This time, there will be a choice of Flute or Clarinet with Mrs Mott, Cornet with Mr Wallis and Violin or Cello with Mr Miller. These lessons will be charged at only £1.60 per lesson!
It would be brilliant if some of you signed up for lessons and continued with your musical studies. Music is shown in almost every study to help children with developing coordination skills, social skills and in aiding brain development which has a positive effect in other areas of the curriculum. It can also boost a child's confidence and self-esteem as well as developing qualities of resilience and determination.
We’ve attached some videos showing you all the possibilities for next year, and if you think that you might be interested, then please have a look at the information leaflets and register your interest with us.
We all really hope that you decide to continue with your music and we're looking forward to seeing you again soon!!
What a week we had enjoying our Battle of the Picture Book Winner- The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt! Check out the gallery pages to see children's work inspired by the text and photographs of our dress up day.