Every Child a Musician

"St Joseph's started using Fay as a music teacher in January 2017 and we have never looked back.  I believe it is really important that all children get the experience of playing a range of musical instruments when they are in primary school; for some children it can be the release and opportunity to express themselves or for others the realisation of a hidden talent or dream.  As a headteacher I recognise how specialised music teaching is and how difficult it can be to deliver a quality music curriculum without a specialist teacher. Therefore when Fay was recommended to us, we brought her in to teach music across the school. The quality of music and singing she produces from the children is amazing! She teaches the children a range of instruments and songs, she has run a choir club, helped with the singing for the school pantomime, taken the children to see a symphony orchestra, festivals and more! I cannot rate her highly enough." 

Nicky Taylor-Bashford, Headteacher, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Exmouth

Whole-class samba band performance
Whole-class samba band performance
Choir performing for Christmas
Choir performing for Christmas
Performing a composition of body percussion
Performing a composition of body percussion

We aim to provide every child with the opportunity to develop fundamental musicianship skills through listening, performing and composing.

Primary Music & Education is one of the very first companies to offer a comprehensive classroom music teaching service. We offer schools a varied, exciting and pioneering music curriculum alongside a thorough assessment programme which will track the progress of children as they go through school in all aspects of music.

Our curriculum and assessments have been developed by a primary school teacher (graded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted) with twenty years’ classroom experience, and over thirty five years of experience as a musician, including a semi-professional performance capacity and as a peripatetic teacher.

We strongly believe that every child should leave primary school equipped with the skills of reading music and playing a musical instrument.

Music education should be:

·         Fun and engaging

·         Inclusive

·         Free for all, not just those wealthy enough to afford it

·         Equipping children with skills for life

·         Providing opportunities for outside school

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