As we come to the end of our Music and Mindfulness series, we take a look at some of our talented students and the direction they have taken with their music lessons. Last week we discussed the importance of a child-centred approach to music education. This week we see the results of our unique teaching style as our tutors use students’ personal interests to direct their music programme.
- Here we see one of our talented students Emily performing Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People.
- With the help of our music tutors, our students are able to explore the music they enjoy and that relaxes them after a long day at school.
- This is one of Emily’s favourites!
Going Your Own Direction
- To finish up our Music and Mindfulness series, we talk to Zoe about how MMS students have the opportunity to explore all sides to music with their guitar lessons.
- To ensure all music lessons are fun-filled and enjoyable for children, we encourage students to take their own direction, whether it’s classical, rock, pop, jazz or even song writing!
- We think it’s important to really get to know students and their musical interests from the get go.
- Our music lessons act a support and guidance to help them be the type of musician they want to be.
- This non-pressurized environment relaxes students and encourages them to develop a hobby that can be used as a mindfulness technique.
After-school Music Lessons
To find out more about what’s involved in our after-school programmes, please visit the after-school page of our website.
Get in Touch
To learn more about how our after-school music lessons and how they can benefit your students, please get in touch with us to discuss these options in further detail.
Music and Mindfulness – Part 4: Round-up coming next week!
Catch Part 1: De-stress From School here
Catch Part 2: Child-centred Programmes here