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Music

We have a strong musical ethos at St Nicolas School. Led by Mrs Dobson we have opportunities to play and listen to many instruments. All children in Year 4 learn to play the African Drums and the Year 5's can try out playing the trumpet. (Small groups on a rota each half term).

In addition we have a whole school singing assembly each week and of course the school choir meets every Friday lunchtime to prepare for events such as Harvest, the Christmas Carol Concert and other exciting events throughout the year.

Music lessons take place for Piano, Cello, Woodwind, Violin, Trumpet, Guitar, Recorders and Drums. 

Woodwind Lessons - June 2015
This week the children were treated to a woodwind demonstration and concert in assembly by Mr Gouldstone and the woodwind players.  We encourage as many children as possible to learn an instrument in Key Stage 2 and we are starting to plan our instrument teaching for next September.  If any children in Year 3 or above would like to start either flute or clarinet, or in Year 5 the Saxophone, please speak to Mrs Dobson via the school office.


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Singing Competition June 2015

We have had the pleasure of the annual St Nicolas’ Singing Competition. It is wonderful to see all of the children involved in this. There was...

Year 5 - Trumpet lessons

Year 5 will given the chance to learn the trumpet at school this year, small groups will be given a trumpet to take home and practice following lesson...

Music Tuition - September 2014

Please find below details of music tuition available from September 2014. Important information about music lessons at school from September ...

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