Tin Whistle in the Classroom is one of the many classroom music programmes for primary schools that we offer. These classroom music projects are based on the three core strands of the NCCA music curriculum and are suitably planned and structured for each class group.
Tin Whistle for Primary Schools
Our tin whistle programme for primary schools is a simple and affordable way for schools to introduce students to the world of music and to develop a successful music programme with tangible results.
Tin Whistle in the Classroom enables schools to offer weekly music classes taken by a specialist tutor. With enjoyable music and backing tracks, our classes aim to develop the technical and musical abilities of pupils, whilst allowing their musical awareness, confidence and self-esteem to grow.
Back to school
September music lessons involve lots of clapping games with each class to strengthen rhythmic awareness. These music lessons are always full of fun for the pupils as they are encouraged to actively participate in the music-making process. Over the next few weeks, our tin whistle students will develop a strong sense of rhythm, and focus on really listening to each other when they play as an ensemble.
We are looking forward to seeing the pupils’ confidence grow week-on-week. Over the years we have learned that students love playing on their own for the class and performing in front of each other. Some of the kids are so keen that they even go home and learn tunes on their own for the following class!
Gaelscoil na Lochanna students
Tin Whistle Tutors
Our tin whistle tutors are garda-vetted, professional and dedicated to inspiring a passion for music in children. Their years of experience has equipped them with unique and innovative methodologies for teaching the highest quality of music education. Here at the Mobile Music School, our hands-on approach to learning ensures that each music lesson is delivered in a child-centred manner.
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