Chelsea Quavers prides itself on building strong working relationships with Music Directors and School Headteachers in support of each individual school’s musical goals & ambitions, enhancing exam successes and supporting the delivery of the highest standards in music education.
The most successful Music Departments require facilitating tuition in a broad range of musical skills in addition to instrumental lessons.
Peripatetic teachers (peris) commonly have only 30-45 minutes a week in which to develop a pupil’s performance, interpretation, technique, scales, sight reading, general musicianship, theory and aural skills – a tall order. As such, a student’s potential is not necessarily reflected to its fullest in ABRSM exam results simply because, as teachers, we are particularly time-restricted for such a broad and diverse subject.
We create a bespoke programme to support and develop your student’s specific needs with a vision to support at all Key Stages.
We offer clubs for complete beginners, instrumentalists and non-instrumentalists, those who need to improve sight reading skills for choir, singing or ABRSM exams, to ABRSM Theory Exam candidates and Music Scholars.
Running an After School Music Club at your school enables your students to prepare for ABRSM Theory Exams and develop Aural & Sight Reading skills to promote successful Practical exam outcomes, without impacting on the school day or your own time at no additional cost to your department.
In addition, we offer Music Scholars Clubs by invitation of the Music Director for those students that show a particular ability in the subject.
Small Tutor Groups of no more than six students to one Tutor ensure a concentrated focus on individual needs.