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The Benefits of Studying Music

There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to...
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If Only Every Child Could Play Music

If only every child had the opportunity to learn a musical instrument! The power of music in any...
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Music For Now And For Life

Whilst I was growing up, I was constantly playing some sort of musical instrument. I started on...
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Teaching in Secondary and Higher Education

Nowadays, Secondary Education is not having its best moment. Students don't want to learn and...

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  • Olivia Sophie Volynkina Bottisham, CB8 Gold Member

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    It has been a pleasure to teach the violin and viola for 5 years. There is nothing more important than sharing my passion for music by teaching the next generation of musicians. I cater to individual needs, making lessons fun and challenging.
  • Philippa Rumsey White Hart Lane, N13

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    As a qualified teacher I work with all exam boards and know exactly how to get you through your exams. Passionate, experienced and flexible. Outstanding results over many years.
  • Zoe Cartlidge Merstham, RH1 Gold Member

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    I love meeting and building a rapport with new students. Each person is so different in their experiences and outlook, so I find it incredibly enriching to be able to meet each student at their level and work together to move forward.
  • Emily Neale Cleckheaton, BD19 Gold Member

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    Hello! My name is Emily Neale. I am an enthusiastic and friendly teacher, so just ring for a chat and we can discuss what you are wanting to do.
  • Anmol Patel Beckenham, BR3 Gold Member

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    I am a medical student at Imperial College London. I have been tutoring young people for a few years now, with levels ranging from KS2 to A level who are preparing for their exams.
  • Gordon Jackson Sandwich, CT13 Gold Member

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    My wide experiences in education and other 'helping' occupations have been an excellent preparation for doing what I really love: tutoring learners of any age in a wide range of subjects.
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Key Stage 3 Music Articles

  • If Only Every Child Could Play Music

    Emma Vidgeon Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (West London) Picture If only every child had the opportunity to learn a musical instrument! The power of music in any shape or form, is infinite. It is the one and only language that can reach any human being on many levels. It is terribly important that children have as much exposure to as many genres as possible,...
  • The Benefits of Studying Music Editor's Pick

    Katie Jones Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (Manchester) Picture There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to teamwork skills. Music, whether playing a Bach chorale or your favourite pop song, brings enjoyment to performer and listener. When performing music in an ensemble, children gain a strong awareness of...
  • Musical games and aural training in music tuition

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (Harrow) Picture Recently I have taken on some new music students whose previous teachers did not teach them aural. This is a sad omission. Of course the very phrase aural training does sound daunting, and other half-rhyming words include boring and awful. Even substituting the term ear tests sounds rather...

 

  • Teaching in Secondary and Higher Education

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (South East London) Picture Nowadays, Secondary Education is not having its best moment. Students don't want to learn and dislike their subjects. What´s happening then? Is it a "new-generation" problem? After years of study and teaching and hard work during a Masters course studied in Spain, I would say that we are not in...
  • Music For Now And For Life

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (West Central London) Picture Whilst I was growing up, I was constantly playing some sort of musical instrument. I started on the cello at aged 8, and moved on to play the flute, double bass, piano and all recorders. It was a huge part of my growing up, and gave me a large number of skills that I have been able to transfer...