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Standard Music Service Information

Music

Title of the Programme

Detail

 

Occurs

 

Target Students

Number of Learn to Rock Staff

Hours per Week

Requirements of the School

Curriculum Music Lessons

 

All Music Curriculum

  • Planning:  Schemes, Lesson Plans, Resources
  • Delivery
  • Assessment

Training for classroom teachers also available within a collaborative process in teaching

During the school day

Key Stage 3,4 and Post 16

GCSE

BTEC

A Level

 

 

1 tutor per school class

As required by Schools

Adequate classroom space

Interactive whiteboard where possible

Piano/ Keyboard

Classroom Percussion instruments

One to One or One to Small Group Instrumental/ Vocal Music Tuition

 

Instrument tuition available on any of the following instruments:

Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Piano/ Keyboard, Vocal Coaching, Classical Guitar, Brass Instruments, Selected Woodwind Instruments

 

 

Either during the school day

OR

As part of an extended school provision-  pre-school, lunchtime or after the school day

Key Stage 3,4 and Post 16

 

1 tutor on a one to one basis 20, 30, 45 or 60 min lesson

Or one tutor per maximum of up to 4 students in any 30 minute session.

As requested by the school

Learn to Rock will provide Drums Electric and Bass Guitars, amplifiers and associated specialist equipment for use on school premises only.

All other instruments need to be provided by the school or parents.

Vocal Coaching

 

Class based vocal coaching

All boys choirs

All girls choirs

Mixed Choirs

Specialist small vocal ensembles:

Duet/ Trio work

Work towards special event musicals, e.g. Christmas and Summer Performances

Working with choirs for renowned music festivals and competitions

During school time

Lunchtimes or pre-school or after school

Or as one off projects

Key Stage 3,4 and Post 16

 

1 tutor for up to 35 students in any one session

As requested by the school

35 students and above requires a teaching assistant present or the class teacher regardless of whether the choir runs during school or as part of the extended school work

 

 

World Drumming

 

Djembe Drumming

Samba Drumming

Bamboo Tamboo

 

During School or after School

Or as one off projects

Key Stage 3

Up to15 students per 1 hr session

1 Learn to Rock tutor

1 hour per week or project days/ weeks

Large space, e.g. Hall or large classroom

Music Technology (Composing, Sequencing, Editing and Recording) 

Students learn skills in:    1.  Composition and Sound Exploration

2.  Setting up a recording studio

3. Using various music software programmes to record MIDI, Audio, Edit and Mix to CD

4.  IPAD Music Technology

During or

after School

Key Stage 3,4 and Post 16

 

1tutor and 1 support tutor per 15 students

1 hour

Large space, e.g. Hall or large classroom

Learn to Rock  Programme

 

 

All students learn technical and musical skills on all of the following instruments each week on a rota system for 2 x 12 week terms:

Bass and Electric Guitar

Drums

Popular Vocals

From term 3 students are grouped into small bands where the emphasis is on learning their favourite bands covers, song writing and developing improvisation skills

After School

Key Stage 3,4 and Post 16

MAXIMUM OF 18 STUDENTS PER 90 MINUTE SESSION

3 tutors

1.5

Three suitable teaching spaces

One space with Piano or Keyboard where possible

Space for Learn to Rock to bring and store a Drum kit, small amplifiers and electric / bass guitars and CD players