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There are many benefits to learning a musical instrument. As well as developing instrumental and vocal skills, learning how to play an instrument also helps students to improve many core skills such as memory, co-ordination, self-discipline, motivation, time management, team work, confidence, creativity and imagination.
Overture is a highly subsidised, targeted programme of instrumental learning that supports groups of students to learn to play rarer instruments in school. We are offering the scheme to primary and secondary level students in Key Stages Two and Three, with priority given to primary level and Year 7 students.
Instrumental tuition on a specific agreed instrument is given to two groups of between seven and ten students learning in 30-minute sessions. We agree the instrument to be learnt with the school, subject to availability of sufficient instruments and tutors, and instrumental learning being already available in school.
Our ‘wrap around’ services also support the learning process, such as projects and events to take part in.
Pupils already learning the rare instrument can join the scheme, as long as there are enough other learners for whom this is their first instrument.
Overture is a great way to evidence 'Range Of Offer' in a school's Artsmark submission.
Primary and secondary level Key Stage 2 & 3
Priority given to primary level and Year 7 students
£37.50 per hour, per week over 10-week terms. This includes a loan of fully maintained instruments (minimum 7, maximum 10 students)
There are a limited number of subsidised programmes for schools to apply for, at the significantly reduced rate of £19 per hour, per week, over 10-week terms. Please note, this is only applicable to new bookings made by a school, where a particular year group has not already taken part in an Overture programme. For more information, please contact us.
Supported by the Department for Education and Arts Council England, using public funding.