Each of our provisions work towards giving all children the very best in music education.
By joining us at one of our Ofsted registered Holiday Camps the hire of an instrument for the week is completely free and you will receive daily newsletters, photo updates and weekly timetables to keep you up to date on all that goes on at camp.
When booking on to one of our award-winning Term-Time Course you and your child will receive a welcome pack , a brand new music book, weekly practice guides, regular e-newsletter support, an end of term reports, an end of term certificate, and regular opportunities for your child to work towards Music Medal awards. You can also hire an instrument with us from as little as 3.50 a week.
Each and every one of our Party Packages include a welcome pack containing invitations,thank you notes, certificates and balloons - just one of the ways we love to help make your little one's day extra special!
Inspiring your child to reach their musical potential
We passionately believe our carefully-crafted lessons enable each and every one of our pupils to reach their musical potential.
Every Strings Club Term Time lesson features three key elements:
Part 1 – Welcome And Warm Up Games
Welcome to The Strings Club! Lessons start on a high with fun, captivating warm up games to get those fingers ready for playing!
Part 2 – Musicianship Matters
Our unique ‘Musicianship Matters’ studies are a key part of every Strings Club lesson and exclusive to only us – enabling pupils to gain a wider understanding of the ‘nuts and bolts’ of music and inspiring a deeper, more informed perspective on music. Your child will be encouraged to develop their awareness of rhythm, pitch, pulse, dynamics and notation – all through a range of interactive games and singing-based activities.
Part 3 – Group Learning
Central to The Strings Club ethos is group learning. Learning to play an instrument in a small group has so many benefits for young children, from helping to develop listening skills, communication, mathematics, co-ordination, teamwork and the sense of belonging to a group. Read more on the benefits of group learning here.
Part 4 – Performance
No Strings Club lesson would be complete without a performance, either as a soloist or as a group. Not only does this enable children to demonstrate to both their teacher and fellow peers what they have been practising, but it also develops confidence in performing, something intrinsically important for all budding young musicians.
Part 5 – ‘Practice Makes Perfect Guides’ and Strings Club Superstars
At the end of each lesson, every child receives a ‘Practice Makes Perfect Guide’ advising what to practice before the next lesson and to help you support your child’s musical journey at home. It also includes our ‘ Strings Club Super Stars Challenge’ for those aiming high! Read more on how we support your child’s learning here.
Have a question? Why not contact us here or give us a call on 0121 296 9204.
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