Havering Music School
We will no longer be using theory books in our theory classes. We have put together a bank of resources that can be downloaded from the Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1JFq_XjOGS4hkcYMfOmv44eeV6XcqNaFM?usp=sharing If you are unable to download the resources, please let us know and you can purchase a printed booklet of the worksheets from the HMS Office…Read More
Dear Parents/Carers, If your child is attending Weekday Music School and you and/or your child does not have a wristband yet, you will need to show either the pupil timetable or an email from MusicSchool to the security team to gain access to the college site. We hope you have an enjoyable first session back.…Read More
Havering Music School and Havering Council’s Arts Development Team invite you to take part in their 2021Composition Competition. This competition is open to individuals and groups of all ages. Beginner or experienced musicians welcome to create a piece of music 30 seconds long. The deadline for entries is 10 September. You can view the terms and conditionsfor this…Read More
Havering Music School and Arts Development Team are inviting you to get creative this summer. To enter this year’s competition, please email us your creations inspired by our theme of instruments on holiday. You could enter with a painting, a drawing, a photograph, a collage, or any other creative art form you enjoy. We are looking…Read More
It is vital we hold current information for Music School pupils. You can access this form anytime to provide us with details of any changes to pupil information and/or circumstances on the music school website. You will find it in the ADVICE Section. You can also contact email@example.com for a link to the form. Thank you.Read More
Havering Music School has two new members of its musical family. A wonderful three manual Makin organ, and a baby grand Steinveg piano. The Makin Organ has been donated by the family of Michael Toll, and the Steinveg piano by the Shadbolt family. The Royal Society of Organists, and the Women’s Society of organists are…Read More
Get Into Music
Havering Music School believes instrumental lessons are only part of giving your child a rounded musical education. The additional skills learnt by regularly playing and performing in an ensemble, accompanied by theory/musicianship lessons, are proven to be the most effective method of speeding your child’s musical progress and development.
Weekday Music Centre is open at Havering Sixth Form College on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings in term-time. A limited number of instrumental lessons are available, but the main focus is on ensemble playing under the guidance of specialist tutors. Membership is open to children from Year 3 upwards.
Saturday morning music school (8.25am-12.35pm) caters for infants to sixth formers. A varied range of lessons and ensembles are available and students work to a timetable tailored to their individual needs, helping them reach the highest possible standard but with an emphasis on learning to play with other musicians.