☰ Piano Lessons for Reception children

Piano Lessons for Reception children

Posted on: May 15th 2015 | Category:

"Eight Reception students have made an enthusiastic and impressive start to learning the piano. We have been locating the notes with the help of some miniature toys- Dexter Dog, Candy Cat, Freddie Frog and a box full of butterflies! The children have done a very good job of finding the animals' homes on the piano and have also been very patient and understanding when Derek the Dragon blew them away with a huge sneeze and left them needing rehoming. We have also been talking about hand position and finger independence, and have been doing some fun listening; the students have enjoyed playing a nice loud tambourine. I am very excited to watch and listen to these very young pianists flourish on their journey to becoming musicians!"

By Sara Regan (Sara teaches, piano, clarinet and singing and runs the Norfolk House Ensemble and Senior Choir).


Lauren McAleavey - ‘I tried to find the butterfly, frog, cat’s homes on the keyboard. It was brilliant’

Emma Parsons - ‘I had a great time at my piano lessons. I am beginning to learn how to read music and the alphabet runs through all the keys.’

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