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FAQ Archives - Glasgow Childrens Music School

Why can’t my child start an instrument at a younger age?

The Preschool and Primary 1 classes are designed to prepare children for learning an instrument. Children in these classes enjoy songs, rhymes and games that develop their musical reading and writing skills, their intonation and pitching, fine motor skills and finger...

I feel nervous about singing. Do I have to join in?

Many adults feel anxious about singing so if this is you, you are certainly not alone! Everyone, adults and children alike are gently encouraged to join in with the activities in their own time, there is no pressure to join in before you or your child are ready. Do...

My child won’t sit still! What should I do?

We aim to provide a friendly and supportive learning environment. If your child isn’t settling straight away try not to worry. By joining in with the activities yourself you will be encouraging your child to do the same. Each week follows a similar structure so...

My child isn’t joining in. Are they enjoying themselves?

It takes time for a young child to process new information and become confident in a new environment and it may take several weeks or longer before you notice your child joining in with the activities in class. Rest assured however, that even though it might seem like...

I have two children. Can I bring them to the same class?

Yes. Older and younger siblings are most welcome and there is no charge for siblings who are not participating in the class. When you have two children of different ages both wanting to join a class it is usually advisable to bring the younger child to the older...