Bevington Primary School
We are delighted to parter with Bevington Primary School to connect you with a variety of brilliant music and performing arts teachers.
How it works
We have connected your school with a variety of music and performing arts teachers. You can see their profiles below and what classes they run. You can enroll onto one of their classes, or you can sign up to the music programme. Find out more here.
Classes start back w/c 23rd September 2019. Timetables below.
Classes to book
+ The Music Programme
The music programme is a selection of 3 music classes at a discounted rate to give students a well-rounded and comprehensive music education. The 3 classes include:
- 1:1 instrumental lessons (30 minutes)
- Music Theory, Magical Stars or Music Production
- Crash Ensemble or Glee Club
Mentorship and Examinations
Students on the programme are mentored on a regular basis and work towards a ABRSM practical and theory exam syllabuses. A thorough assessment process is taken each year to ensure students are progressing at a good pace and enjoying their lessons.
Price: £33 pw (3rd off) | Examinations | Mentorship
+ Instrumental Lessons
Learn an instrument from one of Marlborough’s professional musicians and highly trained teachers.
- 45 minutes - £28 pw
- 30 minutes - £21.00 pw
- 20 minutes - 16.50 pw
- Free with the Music Programme
Instruments include Piano, Guitar, Drums, Violin, Cello, Flute, Saxophone, Recorder, Clarinet, Trumpet or Trombone.
Find the right teacher for you. Read their bios below.
Prices above | Free with Music Programme | During day
+ Group Beginners Keyboard or Guitar with David
Interested to give playing the piano or guitar a go but not sure if it is right for you? These group lessons are for complete beginners and are an affordable way to learn the basics for up to 2 terms to see if you want to carry on with 1:1 lessons later on.
£9.87 per week | Wednesday day time
+ Funk Band with David
This class is designed to explore playing with others as ensemble in a fun and free environment. Students learn new pieces but does not require students to play an instrument.
£7.86 per week | Free with Music Programme | Wednesday lunches KS1/2
+ Glee Club with Katy
Katy is superb with children and creates an exciting and engaging environment. This class is like a choir, developing vocal technique and advanced harmonies for the older ones.
£7.86 per week | Free with Music Programme | Monday lunch times
+ Magical Stars for Reception / Mini Music for Nursery with Hannah
Hannah is brilliant with young ones and takes them on a magical journey discovering music through sensory exploration, soundscapes and singing. These classes are about hearing sounds, identifying them, learning melodies and tunes, and developing their rhythmic awareness. Magical Stars teaches basic music theory. Mini Music is designed for parents to join.
These are 2 individual classes that take place on Mondays with Hannah. Magical Stars and lunch and Mini Music near pick up time for parents to join.
£9.87 per week | Free with Music Programme | Wednesday lunch time
+ Music Production & Songwriting with Jack
A new class which teaches songwriting and music theory with the use of Music Production software to create soundscapes and songs.
£10.75 per week | Free with Music Programme | Tuesday during day | 40 minute class
+ Musical Theatre
Musical Theatre class is a brilliant introduction to performing arts, combining movement, acting and singing in an energetic and exciting environment. Students are introduced to a range of repertoire, from well-known musical theatre tunes to contemporary pop songs and will explore how singing, dancing and acting can come together to tell an exciting story.
£7.96 per week | Friday lunch
+ Street Dance
Street Dance is a freestyle dance incorporating other styles such as Hip-Hop and Break Dance. Students develop these dance and movement techniques and work towards showcases.
This is a new class. Register your interest for us to arrange for a teacher to come to your school.
£7.96 per week | Thursday lunch
+ Art Attack!
Can’t find the class you want?
If you are interested in having classes that aren’t listed above, get in touch with our team and we will try and facilitate this for you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
For info on classes, contact the teacher directly. You can find their emails below.
For general enquiries or help choosing and booking a class, contact Siobhan at email@example.com.
Meet the teachers
Say hello to the teachers at your school, find out more about them, the classes they teach and their contact information if you would like to find out more about a class.
+ Read David's bio
David studied Music (BMus) at Newcastle University, where he graduated with First-Class Honours. He has over a decade of teaching experience. David is Artistic Lead for Music at Angel Shed Theatre children’s company and a multi-instrumentalist, playing piano, saxophone, bass and guitar. He performs widely, with current projects including electronic trio KYOTI as well as composing music and writing original songs for theatre. David has also written for children's educational videos, short film soundtracks, and various instrumental ensembles. As a Musical Director he has worked on a wide range of productions: from pantomimes, through Off-West-End shows, to youth projects across the country.
+ What's your teaching style?
My experience as a teacher over the past decade allows me to be flexible in my approach, ensuring the best musical experience for everyone I teach. I pride myself in tailoring lessons to suit the individual needs and interests of each student. Whether picking up an instrument for the first time or returning to learning after a break, I enjoy working with students to help them get the most out of music - be it pursuing an accredited exam route or just playing for the joy of it!
+ Classes David teaches
- Beginners Group Keyboard & Guitar Classes
- Funk Band
+ David's details
+ Read Hannah's bio
Hannah is a flautist/recorder player and scholar at The Royal College of Music. She holds an ABRSM teaching Diploma and is an experienced teacher in early years music and regularly leads educational outreach programmes.
Hannah was five times winner of the Woodwind Cup in the Oxford Music Festival and member of National Youth Orchestra touring Europe, with performances at BBC Proms and professional orchestral recordings. Hannah has also twice been awarded as a Young Apprentice with the Oxford Philharmonic and finalist in the Youth Concerto Competition 2017.
+ What's your teaching style?
My lessons are fun and engaging and my top priority is that my students enjoy playing the flute and are excited to practice and learn more. For beginners I use method books accompanied by creative learning through improvising, rhythm games and composing. As students progress, they will have the option to take graded exams if they wish or explore different varieties of music at their own pace without traditional examination.
+ Classes Hannah teaches
- 1:1 Recorder
- Group Recorder Class
- Mini Music for Nursery
+ Hannah's details
+ Read Jack's bio
Jack has always experienced a strong connection with music. He started playing drums at four years old and has been playing the piano since the age of nine, taking ABRSM classical piano and music theory grades before studying jazz. He has plenty of performance experience including playing at the famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and really enjoys composing his own music
Jack has taught at music schools around the country and teaches a wide range of musical styles, from classical to pop/rock, funk, soul and of course jazz. He graduated with a first class honours degree in music and is currently studying an MA in Jazz at Trinity Laban.
+ What's your teaching style?
My teaching is both methodical and loose. I really enjoys sharing knowledge and practise methods to build solid musicality and technique but remaining relaxed and encouraging.
+ What does Jack teach?
- Songwriting & Music Production
+ Jack's details
+ Read Katy's bio
Katy has been described as a "natural teacher" and has a wealth of experience in voice and piano teaching. Qualifying from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, she holds not only a degree in professional voice but also a PGCE, which was completed from the University of Buckingham.
Katy has worked extensively as a professional opera singer with a strong foundation as a classroom music teacher having spent 2 years at King's Ely School. With years of experience behind her Katy is an extremely capable and friendly teacher who can deliver progress to all students.
+ What's your teaching style?
My teaching approach ensures each pupil receives individualised learning tailored to the pupil’s needs and abilities. My main focus is on creating a good and trusting relationship where the student feels valued and secure in their progress and can feel comfortable to ask questions. My aim is to make learning a fun experience for all.
+ Classes Katy Teaches
- Glee Club
- 1:1 Singing
+ Katy's details
Glee Club lunch time, singing 1:1 during school
Music production during school
Piano, Guitar & Saxophone during school, Funk Band at lunch, Group Keyboard & Guitar during day
Recorder, flute & Mini Music during day, Magical Stars at lunch
Street Dance Teacher
Street Dance at lunch
Musical Theatre Teacher
Musical Theatre at lunch
Teachers start back w/c 23rd September.
Year Calendar 2019-20
Who to contact
Children should come straight to the main hall at the end of their class, meet their teacher and be present for the register.
Pick up time
Please pick up your children at 4:00pm from promptly from Reception. Repeat latecomers will be charged a £15 per half hour late fee used to compensate the teacher.
Lunch Class Information
Unlike instrumental lessons, children will not be collected for their lunch classes. Please ensure your child remembers to attend. We will ask their class teachers to try and remind them too. The class times and days are available in the weekly timetable above.
Pupils are excused from lessons to attend their instrumental lesson. Their instrument teacher will usually collect your child at their lesson time and then returned to class after.