Check out the three tips we recommend to get the most from our music education in primary schools programmes.



Schools that make a commitment to make our programmes a part of their school benefit the most from the work we do. This is because that commitment enables everybody – the school and ourselves to think long term and devise a programme plan that’s developed over a number of years. The children in schools who commit and work in partnership with us learn and benefit the most from our programmes. Music education in primary schools is the most successful when a plan and commitment is put in place.


Set out clear objectives

From the outset, and long before we teach a single class, tell us what your desired outcome is for music in your school. From there we will develop a proposal that will factor your desires, aims and objectives into account.

Trust the process

Learning a musical instrument is an ongoing process that’s similar to learning how to read and write. If any of us were assessed on our ability to read or write during our first week in junior infants none of us would have progressed very far. Learning a musical instrument is no different the skills required to play music at a high level are developed little by little over time. The only this can be effectively done is in an environment were children feel encouraged and supported to learn, make mistakes and then learn some more! Teachers trust the teaching and learning process behind teaching literacy and as a result we ask every school to trust the process we deploy to develop each child’s musical skills


If you’re in the process of establishing a plan for music in your school, drop us a note to arrange a call, by getting in touch here.