Terrington Hallâ€™s music department is housed in a converted chapel near the school playing fields with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. Music plays a vital and enjoyable part of school life here at Terrington. With the aim of developing our pupils into discerning listeners, we offer many opportunities for them to learn and participate in all areas of music-making.
Class music is taught from Nursery up to Year 8 under the Performing Arts programme. In the early years especially, the subject is explored alongside Drama enabling the pupils to engage with the subject physically as well as aurally.
Instrumental lessons are offered in piano, singing, flute, clarinet, saxophone, oboe, violin, cello, guitar (classical and electric), percussion, trumpet, cornet, euphonium, horn, trombone and bagpipes. All teachers are well-qualified and enter pupils for Associated Board Exams where appropriate.
As the children develop and their confidence grows, there are regular opportunities to perform in Pre-Prep assemblies and music recitals held in The Study.
All Pre-Prep pupils participate in a musical production held in the Summer term.