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The Music Room

Learn and Enjoy Music - Everyone is welcome.
 

Recorder Lessons

What Day:
Recorder tuition is now available on Monday afternoons.
Teacher And Times:
These lessons will be taught by Mrs Goodall and will be half hour sessions either 1:1 or in groups of 2 or 3.
For further information please contact Mrs Goodall.

KS1 Singing Club

What to expect:
We will be singing a variety of fun songs, with the aim of developing listening skills and children’s singing voices, along with the enjoyment of singing and making music together.

What day and time:
Sessions will be held on Mondays between 3.15 and 3.55 in 2CH. Children will be collected from their classrooms at 3.15.

What is the cost:
The cost is £5 per session, payable in advance.

 

When does KS1 Singing start:
There will be ten sessions per term. We will be running five sessions after this half term, starting on Monday 5th November.

Class Size Required:
We need a minimum of 15 children in order to run the club. Thereafter, there can be be a maximum of 25 children in the group and a waiting list would apply after this number has been reached.

For details, or to sign up for these sessions please contact Mrs Goodall  by Friday 26th October.

The Orchestra - MPSO

The Montpelier Primary School Orchestra meet every Friday from 8.55 – 9.30 in the Performing Arts Room. You will be notified on this site if a session is cancelled. Please ask Mrs Goodall if you would like to join.

The Choir - MPSC

The Montpelier School Choir meets every Friday from 10.40 am – 11.20 in the upper hall. You will be notified on this site if a session is cancelled. Everyone is welcome.

Music has a strong profile at Montpelier Primary School

A choir, drumming and weekly singing are a regular feature, alongside individual and group tuition for the cello, violin, piano, guitar, clarinet, flute. Currently 116 children have access to weekly music tuition in flute, clarinet, guitar, violin, piano, cello and keyboard. Our children show high levels of interest and enthusiasm and we have opportunities to enjoy their progress during different events.

It would be fair to say that the administration team works very hard to enable the provision of lessons to run as smoothly as possible. Our greatest challenges have been around unexpected cancellations and late or non-payment for lessons. Consequently, there has been a financial shortfall that has had to be met by the school.

Music going forward

We must ensure this unique level of provision can be sustained and therefore we have adopted the following arrangements.

  • For those currently taking lessons, payments must be made in advance.
  • Payment is non-refundable if a child chooses to give up an instrument or leaves the school (the tutors and lessons will already have been booked).
  • Late payment may result in your child’s place being cancelled.
  • A FULL term’s notice is required if your child chooses to stop taking lessons.

If your child wishes to take up an instrument please email: music@montpelier.ealing.sch.uk with the instrument name and their name in the subject header

Please note that lessons are only open to children in Y2 – Y6 and waiting lists are only open to children in these years. Instrument hire and payment is made directly with Ealing Music Service.

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Learn Recorder at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Recorder

A woodwind musical instrument in the flute family.
Learn the Flute at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Flute

The flute is a family of musical instrument of the woodwind group.
Learn the Clarinet at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Clarinet

The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments that have a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight cylindrical tube with an approximately cylindrical bore, and a flaring bell.
Learn the Violin at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Violin

The violin, also called a fiddle, is a string instrument. It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which also includes the viola, and the cello.
Learn the Cello at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Cello

The Cello is a bowed string instrument with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It is a member of the violin family of musical instruments.
Learn the Acoustic Guitar at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Guitar

An acoustic guitar is a guitar that produces sound acoustically — by transmitting the vibration of the strings to the air.
Learn the Piano at Montpelier Primary School

Learn the Piano

The piano; an abbreviation of pianoforte is a musical instrument played using a keyboard.

Enjoy these clips from the BBC Young Musician of the Year

 

Contact Montpelier Primary School Admin Team for Music Lessons - 020 8997 5855

 
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