Our team of dedicated music specialists work in North Ayrshire schools, offering tuition in:
- classical string - violin, viola, cello, double bass
- woodwind - flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone
- brass - trumpet, cornet, horn, trombone, baritone, euphonium, tuba
- tuned percussion
- traditional - fiddle, clarsach, bagpipes, drums
Why play a musical instrument?
Playing a musical instrument is fun and can help develop learning skills. Music tuition can teach your child:
- to read music
- improved motor skills through co-ordination
- improved social skills by being part of a group
- self-confidence, patience, discipline and commitment
Studies have shown that children who learn to play a musical instrument show significant growth and development in other areas of learning.
To find out what's available at your child's school email our Music Service or call 01294 324476.
What does it cost?
Music tuition fees from August 2018:
- £198 per child, per instrument
- £99 for each additional family member (brother or sister)
- free to pupils in receipt of free school meals (P1 to P3 do not automatically qualify, registration is still necessary)
- free for pupils studying for an SQA music exam
Fees cover 30 lessons over the academic year. Pupils starting lessons in the middle of a term will have their fee and number of lessons calculated from their start date.
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