Information About Marion - Lightwater teacher - (14 reviews)
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I am a postgraduate guitar and violin/fiddle teacher teaching popular styles-blues, rock, folk, jazz, and also classical, and music theory-popular, jazz and classical. Pupils of all ages are welcome. I have played in many varied ensembles and bands.
I have taught a wide range of pupils from aged 3 upwards and have worked with 'special needs' students. I teach left handed players. I am qualified in childcare and have some special needs training. I completed 3 modules and a dissertation in music education at Kingston University.
I am flexible and can help you with pieces of your choice, working at your own pace. I can help with theory or exams.
I ensure that my pupils are well prepared for all aspects of their exams if they choose to take them, and I also endeavour to help my pupils with good posture and technique which is a pre-requisite for success.
I maintain a strong dialogue with parents regarding their children's h/w, aims and achievements.
Lessons are available at a cheaper rate for 3/4 hr and 1/2 hr for younger pupils [£25 and £18]. I occasionally offer a concessionary rate [unemployed or low waged/student/OAP/home ed].
I teach some students in their homes and others come to my home in Pirbright.
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Additional Languages: French, German
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Baby First Aid Surrey and Surrey CC (2012) - Paediatric First Aid & Safeguarding Certificate (Other) (✔ On File)
- Kingston (2010) - Cache Diploma in Home-Based Child Care (Professional) (✔ On File)
- Kingston (2008) - MA Popular Music (Masters) (✔ On File)
- Kingston (2006) - BMus (Bachelors) (✔ On File)
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What I appreciated about Marion is that firstly she is very warm, supportive teacher and wants the best for the pupil. In my case we were not sure about whether I should aim for grade 3 or 4 and I liked the way Marion discussed this and was so affirming.
Looking forward to my next lesson.