DASP Music – Lessons for September 2018

Would you like your child to start learning an instrument in September?

Applications for lessons via DASP Music to start in September need to be in by Friday 29th June.

Lessons can be taken on a wide selection of instruments at each school (providing we have enough demand at each school).  We are particularly keen to recruit more flute, clarinet, oboe, trumpet, trombone, French horn saxophone and cello players.

Taking formal lessons on an instrument or voice can not only improve a child’s cognitive skills (with regards to numeracy and literacy), but can also help to develop their self-confidence, self-esteem and ability to self-motivate and persevere.

Click here to see a short video on the benefits of learning music:


Lessons can be arranged from as little as £4 per session for a shared 30 minute lesson.  Lessons through DASP Music occur during the school day, on rotation (so the same curriculum lesson is not missed each week).

Next year, we are also offering a limited number of part funded places for students who wish to learn trombone, French horn or oboe (aimed at years 5+).  We are offering half priced 20 minute lessons from September for one term (10 lessons).  This means it will cost just £52.50 for ten lessons on one of these instruments.  Instruments are available for hire from the Dorset Music Service (Oboes £112.80 and French Horns £48 per year).  We have limited places available for this scheme.  If you are interested in your child learning one of these instruments, please email me directly (htrevorrow@thomas-hardye.net) by 29th June.

To apply for lessons online, please visit www.daspmusic.co.uk

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