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Mon 4th September 2023 

Ukulele lessons with Margie

are currently delivered both face-to-face
and on Zoom

Complete beginners please apply via email to book for a trial lesson followed by regular one-to-one lessons to gain entry to the end of term group show 2024.

Children lessons

With regular practise it doesn’t
take very long to be able to play and sing songs on the ukulele!

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If you click on this link you can check out some of the ukuleles Margie plays, which are made by Octopus Ukuleles. The best ukuleles for learners of all ages and abilities!

Ukulele Storylab 2023
Soprano ukulele, strumming strings, forming chords

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 colour (and later by name) forming them accurately then moving from chord to chord smoothly while strumming the strings in time. To take part in the end of year Club Show, which takes place at the end of each summer term, learners need to feel comfortable with performing to a friendly audience of family and other students and teachers during our group event and Awards Ceremony with trophies and medals.

To check availability please contact us.

Term dates 2023-2024

  • Autumn Term around 12 weeks

  • Spring Term around 10 weeks

  • Summer Term around 10 weeks

  • End of term Show and Award Ceremony

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The project has been published

in 2022 and in Spring 2023 a Master Class package for teachers in early years settings has been launched.

Drop into our landing page for more info.

Who would this be for? Who could benefit from the programme? 


  • Early learners from 3yo to 6yo

  • 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  


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

  • Zoom sessions have been successfully led
    in 2021 during lockdowns and currently continuing with students aged 5+

  • A Taster Master Class package has launched in 2023



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