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We all know about the benefits of music education for children, from helping develop their reading skills to encouraging their creative thinking. However, we also understand that many classroom teachers are not musically confident and struggle to know how to integrate music into their lessons. With a jam-packed timetable and pressure to meet targets in other areas of the curriculum, we know that it is hard to find time for music in the week.

That’s where we can help. With a team of qualified, experienced music teachers, we are able to offer musical support to your school in a variety of different ways. Below is an overview of how we can help you.


Classroom music lessons for Reception and Key Stage 1

Whole-class music lessons work perfectly to cover teachers’ PPA time. All our classroom music lessons are based on the Kodaly method (you can check out the impact this method has had on one primary school in the UK here). By giving students opportunities to sing, play percussion instruments, respond to music and use sounds creatively, these classes meet the requirements of the National Curriculum for music in a way that is fun and enjoyable for the children.

To allow us to meet your specific school’s needs we offer three different options for these classes.

Option 1 (£32 a session) – We run an hour-long music class each week for the academic year (between 35 and 38 lessons in total).

Option 2 (£35 a session) – We create a unit of work specifically for you that corresponds to the theme children are working on in class whilst also teaching important musical skills. This option comprises of between 5 and 7 hour-long sessions.

Option 3 (£38 a session) – We create a one-off music class based around a particular theme of your choice. These often work well for schools when learning about a particular season or festival / celebration.


Piano lessons

Lessons for primary-school children incorporate games, movement, singing and other instruments. Primary- and secondary-school students are supported to develop their playing skills, compose and improvise on the piano, and take graded exams where appropriate. We can also help GCSE and A level students prepare for their solo and ensemble performances. Prices available on request.


Extra-curricular support

We can also offer support to the wider life of the school through running school choirs and orchestras, assisting with school concerts and accompanying in assemblies. Prices available on request.


Interested in finding out more?

Email us or phone us on 024 76697011. We will design a package that meets your specific requirements and you can relax, knowing your pupils’ musical needs are being taken care of.

Hear from our community

  • “My daughter’s teacher is delightful and patient, and the lessons are both engaging and at an appropriate level. The fact that CCPT emphasises engaging the student regardless of their level of ability makes it the perfect environment to learn in!”

    Ange, parent
  • “Daisy enjoys her classes immensely – she really looks forward to her lessons each week!”

    David, parent
  • “I like going to music lessons because it makes me happy and I like learning the songs.”

    Benjamin, age 5
  • “CCPT offers such a fun way to learn about music. The children sing, dance and play different instruments all in a relaxed and friendly environment. After the lessons none of the children are in a rush to go home!”

    Matthew, parent
  • “Amrit and Gurjeevan love telling everyone about their fun lessons! I can’t thank you enough for all your time and attention to the two of them – it’s given them both so much confidence and they talk about their compositions with such pride. As parents, we couldn’t be happier.”

    Pritti, parent
  • “The Musical Discoveries lessons are fantastic: pacy, fun and engaging. It’s been great to see my daughter’s singing confidence grow.”

    Maria, parent
  • “I love my lessons because we play games. I especially like ‘Cuckoo where are you?’ and ‘Doggy with the bone’.”

    Phoebe, age 5
  • “Jordan’s really grown in confidence over the past year – the group nights and concerts have played a huge part in stretching him and building up his self-belief. He even recently played at a carol service in front of a packed house, which he would never have done without your help!”

    John, Parent