Further confirmation that learning a musical instrument can improve your child's academic achievement in school.
"Learning music improves children's abilities and raises their IQs, study finds.
A Berkshire school has found the key to better learning and brighter, happier pupils. It’s probably as well Langley Hall Primary Academy doesn’t have a school cat. That’s because at any one time, 460 children aged five and upwards are learning the violin – and there are no soundproofed rooms.
The school in Berkshire isn’t some exclusive prep school. It’s a state primary on the edge of Slough and serves a diverse and multicultural area. But head teacher and founder Sally Eaton passionately believes every child should learn a musical instrument – and scientific research is on her side." Continue reading at: http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/552356/Music-learning-improves-children-IQ
The Instrumental and Vocal Teaching Programme in school has a great team of experienced and enthusiastic teachers who can give trial lessons to students wishing to find their instrument.
Please check out the link to the staff profiles on the school web site: http://www.nordangliaeducation.com/resources/europe/_filecache/224/081/9551-iavtp-staff-biographies_20142015.pdf
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