Preschool and Primary 1

Preschool and Primary 1

Our music classes for preschool children and children in Primary 1 are designed to offer a fun, yet structured introduction to the key musical concepts of pulse, rhythm and pitch. Children enjoy lots of songs, rhymes, circle and partner games and are taught to read and write simple rhythmic notation and use solfa handsigns (do-re-mi etc) in preparation for learning a musical instrument. Flash cards, whiteboards and a variety of hand held percussion are used to help develop the children’s skills in singing, playing, reading and writing music

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NEW SATURDAY FAMILY CLASS - Starts this weekend, 20th April, Maryhill Burgh Halls 🎶🥁😃The class is suitable for the whole family although is primarily aimed at children aged 12 months - 3 years. It is also recommended for 3 and 4 year olds who prefer to attend a class with their grown-up. Together we will enjoy lots of songs, rhymes, and lullabies for gentle knee bouncing, rocking, swaying, cuddling and tickling. Older toddlers and children learn circle songs and enjoy plenty of movement based activities. All children are able to play and explore different percussion instruments within the class and experience live music.Book your FREE trial class direct here or pm for more details. www.happity.co.uk/schedules/glasgow-children-s-music-school-glasgow-maryhill-burgh-halls-family-c... ... See MoreSee Less
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Music Classes and Lessons are now off for the Easter break! We look forward to welcoming everyone back the week beginning Monday 15th April. From everyone at GCMS we wish you all a lovely Easter! 🐰🐥 ... See MoreSee Less
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NEW TUTOR - Andrew Neill, Piano We are thrilled to welcome Andrew Neill who joins our teaching team as a Piano tutor! Andrew is a recent graduate of the BMus (Hons) at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has experience in both piano solo and accompaniment, performing different genres from classical, jazz and musical theatre. He has over 4 years experience in piano teaching and has completed Kodaly modules at SCQF Level 10, employing Kodaly musicianship in his teaching and own practice. Welcome Andrew! 🎹🎵🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
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Queen Queen Caroline. The P1s say and clap the rhythm of the words then learn to read and say the rhythm in stick notation using ta (crotchet) and te-te (paired quavers). Lovely confident rhyming all round! Well done P1s! You are developing musical skills in pulse, rhythm and reading notation. 👏 🎵 Glasgow Children's Music School ... See MoreSee Less
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