Project ID - TIS001216
Traditional Music Development: we wish to develop the existing skills of our pupils who play a range of instruments.

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St Joseph's Primary School
BT80 9JA


Catherine McKenna

Student Skills

Development of skills -playing as part of a group including instruments such as fiddle, tin whistle, accordion, mandolin... Learning new skills- tin whistle for selected classes.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will develop improved group-playing skills as part of our instrumental group. Children will develop tin whistle skills.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The tutor will develop skills involving group management as well as musical development.

Extra Information

Traditional music development: we wish to develop the existing skills of our pupils who play a range of instruments. Our traditional group is made up of children from P5-P7. We would also like to introduce / develop tin whistle playing in a range of classes.

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