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Beginner Recorder Teachers & Beginner Recorder Lessons

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Angie

QTS: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status (0)
friendly teacher who loves teaching both children and adults of all ages. Fully Qualified Secondary Music Teacher with many years experience teaching instrumental lessons, English and Spanish. I have a fun and friendly approach and tailor all lessons to pupils' specific needs so they can reach their full potential. If pupils would like to take exams then I guide them through ensuring they achieve the best outcome while enjoying their music at the same time....

Kate

Bordon
Piano, Recorder, Music Theory
Other: Piano Grade 7 (1984)
my pupils in many musical games - clapping, singing back, pacing the floor, rhythm duets - which they love and which are brilliant for teaching vital musical skills. I have my preferred books for teaching but am happy to use whatever books students come along with, if they already have books. I develop a close relationship with my pupils, in which they feel safe and respected; this means the pupils have great fun and are...
Vanessa

Vanessa

College: Music A Level (1980)
one-to-one tuition at a variety of levels in addition to 5 years experience providing high quality group music lessons in Primary Schools. As an experienced teacher with both children and adults, I put pupils to their ease and create productive and enjoyable learning environments. I challenge my pupils in every aspect of their playing and help them to develop their musical confidence and performance skills. Lessons are tailored to each individual's musical abilities, tastes and...

Peter

Bachelors: BA (hons) Performing Arts (1985)
Advanced classes). I will always be led by the pupil, working with them to find the best way for them to learn. I have experience in tutoring children as young as 3 right up to adults well into retirement and have always found the best way to learn is to have fun. Exams are at the discretion of the pupil - I think they can be useful motivation and can give a sense of achievement...
Frances

Frances

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Music (1996)
number of smaller chamber groups. My aim is to teach Music in a Fun and friendly environment putting the student at ease and making the lesson and the learning as enjoyable as possible. I try and establish exactly what the student aims to achieve from their lessons so we are able to work towards the same goal. I am happy to teach people who simply want to play for pleasure and equally those who would...
Jane

Jane

Professional: Hon TCL (2002)
about music and I love to impart my knowledge. I have a natural empathy with pupils and love to find different ways to explain, approach and show solutions. Every student is different and has individual needs, and I adapt accordingly. Lessons have to be enjoyable for both of us. I'm a very committed teacher and I expect similar commitment in return, but my feet are firmly on the ground and I understand the many other...
Francesco

Francesco

Doctorate: MPhil (Composition) (2005)
am currently teaching at North East Scotland College (formerly Aberdeen College). Using the Common Approach (2002) as a guide, and my teaching experience at college, I have a structured system of progression for learners, tailored to each student. My fees are proportional to the hour, thus: 1 hour (or over): £35 ; 45 mins. : £26 ; 30 mins. : £17. I focus on muscular development and posture, intonation, self-evaluation strategies, using technology for learning...
Eden

Eden

Other: Musical Theory: lV (2015)
well as adults and am more than happy to help students who might be struggling with coursework as well as provide music classes for people wanting to start an instrument, music studies for the first time or return to playing. 5 years of experience tutoring students ages 7-30, levels elementary to intermediate. 10 years of experience as a violin student, 4 years of experience as a saxophone student, 6 years of experience as a paid...
Nicola
is compulsory for any candidate wishing to sit practical music examinations for Grades 6-8 ABRSM). Learning to play an instrument is a two-way process involving the teacher and pupil - both need to enjoy what is going on for progress to be made! Music is about enjoyment. I believe that lessons are a 'make or break' with most people and therefore ensure that lessons are suitably paced and tailored for each individual pupil. No two...
Hannah

Hannah

Masters: MA Music Management (2013)
to advance. I also have a CRB enhanced disclosure. For more information visit **Web Address Removed** Existing students in both music and maths. I am friendly and relaxed but can also 'crack the whip' when necessary. If you practise and put the effort into your lesson then we will get along well. From experience, I personally learn better with encouragement rather than just being told that something was wrong so I implement this into my...

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