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Study sessions are arranged at specific times of the year to help you succeed in your exams, so students should check the school's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for details. Staff will obviously notify you accordingly.
Music groups and clubs
The following groups and clubs meet each week and students are welcome to come along!
Tuesday 8am : 'In Harmony'. Students singing songs from musicals, Glee, pop music and anything else they suggest!
Wednesday 3 - 4pm : Music Tech Club. Learn how to use music software to create music, podcasts, recording onto PC, using Audacity to create music and remixes and more.
Thursday 3 - 4pm : Guitar Club. Fancy learning how to play? Then come and join in with our guitar group whether you are an advanced player or have never picked up a guitar before.
Friday 8am : School Orchestra. If you have only ever played an instrument by yourself you are really missing out. Come and try playing with other musicians in our orchestral group before school on a Friday.
Auditions for the Christmas Concert will be the first week back after half term. Don't forget to get practising!
There are slots available still for individual and group music lessons. Whatever instrument you want to try please come and see Mr Tickner who will answer any questions you have about starting to learn.
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