At The Judd School we are keen to encourage and support our students in the widest possible range of musical activities, both within and beyond the usual curricular music lessons. Many pupils are involved in musical activities on a weekly basis. These include 4 Choirs, 2 Orchestras, String Orchestra, Wind Band, Brass group, String Quartet, Samba Band, Big Band, and Rockistry (an after-hours rock school). Regular concerts are given throughout the year. There are occasional small-scale concerts and a house music competition at which pupils of all ages are invited to play. Membership of choirs, ensembles and orchestras is open to all pupils of the school, whether or not they have music lessons in school. The music practice rooms and the recording facilities can be used with permission by both rock groups and classical ensembles.
There are many groups to choose from:
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The Judd School can provide tuition in the following instruments:
Violin, Viola, 'Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon,
Saxophone, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Piano, Percussion, Drum Kit,
Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Singing
Some instruments are taught by teachers from Kent Music
Fees are £170.00 for ten half-hour lessons (Half a term’s notice is required, in writing, to terminate lessons). Some instruments are available for hire from the school at a charge of £50 per term, and advice can be given on purchasing an instrument, in some cases through the School. Lessons take place during the school day, on a lesson-release rota so that no single subject suffers. It is expected that pupils who miss academic lessons will catch up with all work missed and attempt all homework, etc.
If you would like to apply for music lessons, please complete the online form or download it below. (Please do NOT send payment at this stage).
Please read the Music Tuition Agreement document below carefully to ensure that it matches your requirements before pursuing or continuing instrumental lessons with a teacher.