Would you or your children like to take up a new hobby or new instrument?
Always wanted to learn to write your own songs and music?
Want to work towards a qualification in Music or want additional help with your GCSE Music studies?
Are you a headteacher or home educator looking for expert advice on how Music can be integrated into your school or home curriculum?
Wanting to make music with others but need help from an experienced musician to achieve this?
Saltaire Music Tuition: What We Offer
Personalised and fun music tuition what ever your goals, age or ability.
Individual and small group lessons teaching
– Beginners piano
– Keyboard skills
– Music theory (including ABRSM grade 5)
– GCSE Music (relevant recent knowledge of exam specification requirements for AQA GCSE Music)
Singing/ukulele workshops and extra curricular choirs/instrumental ensembles in primary schools.
Instrumental ensembles in the community/workplace.
Lesson planning support for classroom teachers and home educators delivering Music in KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4.
Saltaire Music Tuition: Experience.
- Sarah @ Saltaire Music Tuition is a fully qualified Music Teacher with over 13 years of classroom music teaching experience in secondary schools. This includes teaching GCSE Music (most recently AQA specification).
- Sarah @ Saltaire Music Tuition has a Music degree and PGCE from the University of Leeds. She also has an enhanced DBS certificate and ABRSM grade 8 clarinet qualification. She is a member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM).
- An emphasis on inclusion: Saltaire Music Tuition strongly believes in the benefits of music making to support those with additional needs.
Why Study Music?
Learning an instrument and music making is first and foremost fun!
It is also a great way to gain confidence and meet new people!
Music is creative, mathematical, physical and auditory.
Studies have shown that music making is one of few activities that uses both sides of our brain simultaneously!
Other studies have documented that musical training enhances language development, memory, co-ordination, resilience, self esteem and self expression.
Studying a creative subject allows you to think ‘outside the box’, therefore developing transferable skills in problem solving.
Making music with others promotes team work.
Making music is relaxing and great for mental health!
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”Plato
So what are you waiting for?
Sign up today for a free trial lesson today…