Music

 

St Christopher’s School enjoys a rich tradition in music and its   varied disciplines. Music at St Christopher’s School develops children’s self  esteem, confidence and learning skills, providing opportunities for self-  expression, enjoyment, team building and co-operation. Children are actively  encouraged to start an instrument for these reasons. A dedicated Music Co-  ordinator and a team of peripatetic staff deliver individual and small group  lessons in instruments such as Classical Guitar, Drums, Voice,  Piano,  Saxophone, Clarinet, Trumpet and Recorder. Please find below the relevant information.

 

 

Peripatetic Teacher

Instrument

Contact Information

Session Information

Mr Lewis Edmunds

(Music Co-ordinator)

Piano

(01227) 462 960

Thursday Mornings

(20/30 minutes)

Mr D’Arton Bellas

Classical Acoustic Guitar

(01304) 823 164

Wednesday Mornings

(20 minutes)

Mr R. Golding

Drums

07767334084

Thursday Mornings

(20 minutes)

Mrs B. Jones

Recorder, Clarinet and Alto Saxophone

07837205686

Friday Mornings

(20 minutes)

Mr G. Mason

Trumpet

07989438516

Wed/Fri Mornings

(20 minutes)

Ms M. Harris

Voice

07503153600

Monday Mornings

(20 minutes)

 The school hosts various larger group sessions onsite including Harmony Club (Ms L. Otter)Chamber‚ÄčChoir (Mr B. Preece). For any information on the music provision at St Christopher's School please contact Mr Edmunds or alternatively contact Mr H.Cracknell or Mrs A. Kemp in the school office.


Drama

Drama at St Christopher's School is embedded in the curriculum giving children the opportunity to express themselves creatively within and beyond the classroom in an entirely different way promoting self-confidence. We are fortunate to have links with lamda  (information below) and areas of the curriculum are reinforced with termly visits from Mr I. Crosher at Kic Theatre.

Peripatetic Teacher
Contact Information
Session Information

Mrs C. Beddow

(LAMDA)

claire.beddow33@gmail.com

Monday (Lunchtimes)

Mr O. Theobauld

(Perform)

http://www.perform.org.uk/

One Session Per Term Per Class (Key Stage 1)

Mr I. Crosher

Please contact the school office for more information

One Session Per Term Per Class (Whole School)