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Family Music is group music-making for parents and children aged 5-18 that offers an informal and fun environment for families to play music together and with others.

Using simple, accessible instruments such as percussion and ukulele, sessions are led by a workshop leader who will work with the group to ensure that everyone feel included, has fun and leaves with a sense of achievement.

Sessions can be run in schools, music centres and community centres, after school, at weekends or in the holidays.


Benefits include:

  • helping to foster positive relationships between school and parents by offering a chance for families to be together in school, doing something creative and having fun
  • supporting the transition of vulnerable pupils to secondary school
  • supporting older pupils to mentor their younger peers
  • it is accessible and inclusive – no musical knowledge is needed and everyone can join in, removing barriers posed by low maths and literacy skills
  • encouraging parents to demonstrate resilient learning skills to their children
  • can encourage the development of leadership skills in children and young people
  • promotes better understanding of other cultures
  • can be offered as an extension to, or to help establish, First Access whole-class music provision in primary schools
  • supports music, PSHE and citizenship curricula and British Values and Prevent agendas
  • can also support CPD for members for colleagues.

Call 01438 844713 or email for more information.