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Clubs, Concerts, Choirs - Oh My!

Music education is fantastic for school children. It’s shown to positively impact not just academic performance, but also social, emotional and physical wellbeing.

Full of high-energy, active music making, games and self-expression, our lessons are often the highlight of our students' week.

Plus Sing Education ensures your child’s music learning is seamless. What happens in the classroom is woven into instrumental lessons, clubs and choir. Result!

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Clubs, Concerts, Choirs - Oh My!

Music education is fantastic for school children. It’s shown to positively impact not just academic performance, but also social, emotional and physical wellbeing.

Full of high-energy, active music making, games and self-expression, our lessons are often the highlight of our students' week.

All Your Needs Under One Umbrella

Olivia’s home – bursting with tales of another fantastic music lesson and her singing assembly that morning. “Mum, I have to practice a bit more before choir tomorrow.” You smile, watching her disappear, off to work on the complicated piece of music.

That is the Sing Education difference.

We make music fun for students and streamlined for parents. An engaging, robust curriculum, instrumental tuition integrated right into the school day and an easy booking portal for private lessons. Why not enroll your child today?

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Spotlight on Downe Manor. Music programming that combines pupil excellence, curricular creativity and a flair for the dramatic – as in regular concert performances! Learn how the headteacher and Sing Education collaborate on high-quality music provision.
A new day is dawning in music education. From September 2024, there will be 43 Hub Lead Organisations (HLOs) replacing the existing 116 local Music Hubs. The key to making the new structure work? Strong schools’ leadership, parental engagement, and organisational collaboration.
Nativity plays, instrumental concerts, singing assemblies and carolling – join Sing Education as we explore extracurricular music this December.

Ready to take the first step?

Sing Education offers a variety of high-quality extracurricular music lessons. From ukelele to keyboard to drums, round out your child’s classroom music experience with individual or small group lessons following the ABRSM exam scheme. Enquire today about the offering at your child’s school.

Quotation marks

As well as curriculum music, our music teacher runs an after school choir. The children have loved performing at lots of school events and assemblies.

Lori Greenglass – Co Head, Clifton Primary School

Music for the Whole Child

Headteachers and school staff know first-hand how much young learners benefit from exciting, rewarding music education.

But as a parent did you know music offers even more when it comes to your child’s physical, emotional and social wellbeing?

For example, music decreases muscle fatigue in children, boosts their immune system and reduces cortisol levels (the stress hormone). It also increases happiness and ‘feel good’ chemicals like oxytocin and endorphins. And it shows promising evidence of decreasing depression and anxiety in children.

Enrol your child in Sing Education’s clubs, choirs and instrumental lessons and see the difference music can make.

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Spotlight on Downe Manor. Music programming that combines pupil excellence, curricular creativity and a flair for the dramatic – as in regular concert performances! Learn how the headteacher and Sing Education collaborate on high-quality music provision.
A new day is dawning in music education. From September 2024, there will be 43 Hub Lead Organisations (HLOs) replacing the existing 116 local Music Hubs. The key to making the new structure work? Strong schools’ leadership, parental engagement, and organisational collaboration.
Nativity plays, instrumental concerts, singing assemblies and carolling – join Sing Education as we explore extracurricular music this December.

Want Sing Education at your school?

Sing Education partners with over 25 schools in the Greater London area. Each week we bring the transformative power of music to over 9000 primary school children through curricular lessons, instrumental sessions, singing assemblies, after school clubs and choirs. Not part of the family? Enquire today about bringing Sing Education to your child’s school.

Quotation marks

During the pandemic, Sing Education ensured that children learning at home benefitted from high quality remote lessons and those children attending school had music lessons delivered in person. They worked with us to ensure we could deliver music lessons safely when we reopened.

Sarah Roberts – Head, William Byrd Primary Academy

Good Music is Inclusive Music

High-quality, accessible music education raises children’s attainment, enhances expression and boosts language skills.

Sing Education sees these impacts every day in the classroom. Our unique brand of active, high-energy multisensory music-making challenges and engages students with games, singing exercises and instrumental tuition. 

Whether a child has English as an additional language, has a special educational need, or is a high academic achiever, music can be accessed in an equal way. Explore what good music education looks like – explore Sing Education.

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Spotlight on Downe Manor. Music programming that combines pupil excellence, curricular creativity and a flair for the dramatic – as in regular concert performances! Learn how the headteacher and Sing Education collaborate on high-quality music provision.
A new day is dawning in music education. From September 2024, there will be 43 Hub Lead Organisations (HLOs) replacing the existing 116 local Music Hubs. The key to making the new structure work? Strong schools’ leadership, parental engagement, and organisational collaboration.
Nativity plays, instrumental concerts, singing assemblies and carolling – join Sing Education as we explore extracurricular music this December.

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