Project ID - TIS001209
Music Club: We would like to promote music within our school and would like to have weekly lessons for our pupils, class by class. It would be desirable if the tin whistle could also be introduced to the older children.


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Project offered at

St Joseph's Primary School
COOKSTOWN
BT80 9JA

Contact

Catherine McKenna

Student Skills

Music experience / ability.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The children will develop a greater range of musical expertise and possibly learn an instrument.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student will learn how to work within a rural primary school, liaise with staff, interact with pupils and deliver and develop a structured lesson.

Extra Information

Music Club: We would like to promote music within our school and would like to have weekly lessons for our pupils, class by class. It would be desirable if the tin whistle could also be introduced to the older children.

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