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Peripatetic Music Lesson Survey

The lead teacher for music at the Academy is asking parents for their preferences to enable the school to provide the right Peripatetic music lessons for students.

The lead teacher for music at the Academy is asking parents' for their preferences to enable the school to provide the right peripatetic music lessons for students.
Mr John Dolby is asking parents of children who may be interested in doing peripatetic lessons, as part of the extra-curricular music provision being offered at KSA, to use the link below to select which instruments they would be interested in their child learning.
Mr Dolby said: “We are keen to provide the right peripatetic lessons from September to all interested students that wish to learn an instrument and we want to be able to give them every opportunity to play an instrument from Years 7 through to 11.”
He added he would like to see, in the future, groups of students performing in ensembles and looking to get more students grades in music examinations
Mr Dolby added: “If students get to grade 6 or above in music examinations they can also use these to gain UCAS points for gaining entry in university.”
“We are keen to get the right musical instrument lessons taught within the school and we would ask if parents could take a minute to complete the online survey so we can gauge the level of interest for the lessons and which instruments they would like to learn to play.”

Please click on the link below to carry out the short survey:

This survey collects no personal data.


If you have any questions please email Mr Dolby, Lead Teacher of Music – or Miss Mallard, Head of Performing Arts – or call us on the Academy telephone number (01536) 532700

Lessons are to be provided by NMPAT (Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust). For more information please visit the trust’s website at: