"Where words fail, music speaks." Shakespeare
At Downham we offer music lessons from Year 1 to Year 6.
Lessons are 1:1; 1:2 or as part of a small group before or during the school day.
"Having music lessons is important to me because it helps me to learn guitar and other musical instruments and I can keep getting better." Jake
"I like learning new skills and songs; whether it's playing chords or picking."
Front Row Music offer lessons in ukulele (KS1); guitar (KS2) and keyboard (KS2).
"Personally delivering our lessons at Downham Primary School over the last 4 years has been a genuine privilege, due in great part to the welcoming and friendly nature of both the students and staff. Behaviour and attitude in lessons has always been superb and the support from the staff at the school has been among the best of any school we’ve ever worked with. Whether it’s accommodating performances or communicating with members of staff, Downham has always made our lessons feel valued and respected. Similarly, being able to deliver lessons in an environment wherein extra curricular activities are actively encouraged has such a positive influence on how much students can gain from their lessons with us. It’s brilliant to work with a school that cares as much about their student's musical education as we do! "
If you would like more information, please feel free to contact James who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
"Everyone should learn to play a musical instrument because it is so much fun! Learning about how they work and actually being able to play yourself is great!" Olivia
Music for Schools offer lessons in a wide range of woodwind and brass instruments.
Is your child interested in learning to play: clarinet, flute, trumpet, saxophone or the recorder?
If so, please get in contact with our music teacher, Paula at email@example.com
or visit www.Mfsf.co.uk for details.
"Music can change the world." Beethoven
"Music lessons are something I enjoy and it helps me get better and better." Scarlett
"I like playing different songs, playing games and performing to each other at the end of lessons."