THE CLUB IS BACK!
Mon 16th April 2018
Junior Uke Club – Year 3
One-to-one £30 per child
Duration 30 min Ages 6 -13 yo
Group Session £20 per child
Ukulittle Parties £20 at weekends
Time 3 - 5 pm
Club membership is free but as it is entering its 4th year of learning, entry to the Club is now gained prior to assessment only. Complete beginners please apply via email to book for an assessment followed by regular one-to-one lessons to gain entry to this age group and to club membership.
* See below for more details of Prices and Term dates 2018.
With regular practise it doesn’t
take very long to be able to play and sing songs on the ukulele!
If you click on this link you can check out the ukulele Margie plays, which is an entry level Makala bought in Denmark Street, London, UK.
The ukulele may look like a toy... but it is a real instrument! Buying online may be convenient but best to go out to shops and try out first!
What you will learn
The one-to-one session focuses on the basic skills required to allow you to use the ukulele to make music. This method does NOT require you to read music or to learn Music Theory. You will learn chords by name & forming them accurately then moving from chord to chord smoothly while strumming the strings in time. Parents can join in for free. Left-handed players welcome. To gain entry to the Club and take part in group rehearsals learners this year need to meet a set standard. Club members meet to practice together and learn voice and stage performing skills for performances.
Individual sessions starting date
Monday 16th April 2018 for 13 weeks,
not including half term week, up to and including Thursday 19th July.
To check availability please contact us.
Muswell Hill Club (Sat or Sun)
Age group 5-6yo and 7-12yo. Members only.
Access prior to assessment only.
Term dates 2017-18
Summer Term 13 weeks
13 X One-to-one lessons
1 X Ukulittle Party
UKULITTLE ® – EARLY LEARNING
The project is making more amazing progress in 2020!
Who would this be for? Who could benefit from the programme?
Early learners from 3yo to 7yo
Parents home schooling or supporting and extending young learner’s experience
Nursery Teachers, Early Learning Music Practitioners, Reception School Teachers
Musicians looking for regular, part-time, all year around employment in EY settings
Children in hard to reach areas and/or lack of engagement
Children with an inward attitude and needing more socialisation skills
Late speakers because of bilingualism, and special needs with lack of finer motor skills
Settings for delivering sessions:
Nurseries, Schools, Early Learning Centres, Music Hubs
Home – Individual or groups, ratios 1:1, 2:1, 3:1, 4:1, 5:1