Music News We have had great attendance at Music Clubs already this year, but there is still space for anyone else who would like to join us. Please note that Orchestra is on Thursdays, not Wednesday as may have been previously communicated.
The only exception to this is Turntablism, which is limited to 4 students per 6 week block. Please ask your child to speak to Mr Cubitt if they are interested in signing up.
Individual Music Lessons There are many instruments that students can learn at Ivanhoe, these include: Any Brass instrument - trumpet, trombone, cornet, tuba... Strings - Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass.... Woodwind - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone, Oboe...Guitar electric and acoustic, Singing, Drums, Bass, Piano.
If we do not offer an instrument we will do our best to find you a teacher. Students can get peripatetic teacher details on Moodle under ‘General Info - Music’ or collect a letter from the music department. There is additional support for students looking to play an ‘endangered instrument’, the bassoon, oboe, trombone, french horn or double bass. This includes subsidised tuition and free instrument loan, through the Leicestershire Music Hub.
You can find more details by clicking here: https://leicestershiremusichub.org/endangered-speciesinstruments
Going to Extremes - A Year 8 Performance
Last week our Year 8 students watched a fantastic drama production, called Going to Extremes, delivered by AlterEgo Creative Solutions. Students heard the stories of three young people from very different backgrounds, who had all been targeted by, and become involved with, extremist groups, and how ...
The English Department are pleased to introduce this year: Literacy Planet. As part of our commitment to provi...
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Music News We have had great attendance at Music Clubs already this year, but there is still space for anyone ...
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