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Win an ipod Touch


Simply recommend the school to your freinds and family and if they book lessons we will enter you into the ipod competition. The student who recommends the most new students will win an Ipod touch, wireless headphone and free lessons. What could be easier?

But be quick the competition closes September 30th.

Ask reception for more details and for a handful of flyers.

Good Luck

Terms and conditions apply. Ask at receptipon for details....
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Live and Unsigned Winners 2012

Coco and the Butterfields have been crowned as the best unsigned act of 2012 after winning Live and Unsigned in front of a sell-out audience at The O2 on Saturday 14th July.

The band Coco and the Butterfields from Canterbury have taken away £10,000 to develop their music and an incredible 18 date summer festival tour including a trip to Tour Fest in Rome. They were crowned Live and Unsigned champion at Proud2 within The O2 on Saturday night, describing the victory as ‘Brilliant, it hasn’t really sunk in yet. We’ve got so much out of the competition. In each round we’ve won something, now...
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Children who learn an instrument perform better in school

The benefits to learning music from an early age

There are many studies that have show the benefits to learning a musical instrument and this article from the Daily Mail lists some of them. If you spent hours learning a musical instrument as a child only to lose interest when you reached your teens, it may not have been a complete waste of time after all, according to a leading expert. Learning to play an instrument has major advantages for a growing brain and should be a key part of school education, says neuroscientist Professor Nina Kraus. She points out there is strong evidence to show...
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