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Summer Scheme 2024

Are you ready to embark on a musical adventure like no other? Join us for our exciting Music Summer Scheme!

Whether your child is a budding musician or just beginning to explore the world of music, our summer scheme offers a unique and holistic approach to learning.

Running for three weeks, each dedicated to a different aspect of musicianship, our scheme welcomes learners aged 6 to 14 (inclusive) of all levels. They can dive into a week-long exploration of performance, music technology, and creativity development through music composition and improvisation, or join us for the full three weeks for a comprehensive musical adventure.

But that's not all! We understand busy schedules, so you can also opt for individual days tailored to your child's availability. Flexibility meets fun in our engaging programme.

Our primary goal is to provide a dynamic and immersive learning experience where students not only develop their musical skills but also uncover the joys of collaboration and creativity. Through ensemble playing and group activities, your child will forge friendships and grow in a supportive environment.

And the best part? Every Friday from 2 pm to 3 pm, you're invited to witness the culmination of your child's weekly journey in a delightful concert performance. It's a chance for them to shine and showcase the work they have developed during the week!

Don't let this incredible opportunity pass you by. Sign up for our Music Summer Scheme today and let the music begin!

  • Week 1: July 1st - July 6th (inclusive) - "Performance: Groove and Move"

Dive into the world of melody and rhythm as we explore music performance and music theory, including notation reading, ear training, ensemble playing and conducting, critical listening and their relevance to becoming a musician. From drum circles to an array of other vocal and instrumental music ensemble performances, your child will discover the joy of making music with others.

  • Week 2: July 15th - July 19th (inclusive) - "Sound transformers"

Embark on a journey through the world of sound and technology. Focusing on digital music production, your child will explore the endless possibilities of some of the currently available modern music-making tools, while also understanding the relevance of these tools to modern music performance and music creation.

  • Week 3: August 12th - August 17th (inclusive) - "Music creators"

Unleash your child's inner composer as we delve into melody, harmony, and songwriting. Through interactive activities and creative exercises, they'll learn how to craft their own musical masterpieces with or without music technology (as per their choice) and develop their solo and group improvisation skills.

Who is it for? 

The summer scheme welcomes children and young people from  6 - 14 years of age (inclusive), of all levels of learning, from complete beginners to advanced.

Location and drop off and pick up times

The scheme will take place at our new premises in BT8. Address soon to be added here.

Children are expected to be dropped off between 8:45 and 9:00 am. For those requiring an earlier drop-off, arrangements can be made between 7:45 and 8:45 am for a nominal fee of £5 per family.

Pick-up times are scheduled between 3:00 and 3:15 pm. Should you require a later pick-up time, options are available until either 4:15 or 5:15 pm for an additional charge of £5 per hour, per family.

What to bring?

  • Considering the digital aspect of weeks 2 and 3, participants are kindly requested to bring either a labelled Tablet or a Laptop with their names, securely enclosed in its protective case, and headphones (also labelled).

  • If your child is currently learning to play a musical instrument and their instrument is portable, please ensure they bring it along for each week they enroll in.

  • Additionally, we kindly ask that each child comes prepared with a labeled bag containing a nut and kiwi-free lunch, as well as a mid-morning snack. For those staying until 4 or 5 pm, please include an extra snack for the mid-afternoon break.

What are the fees?

  • The cost per student per week is £130, inclusive of VAT.

  • We're pleased to offer a 10% discount for a second sibling and a 20% discount for a third sibling, applicable for weekly bookings only.

  • For those interested in booking specific days rather than the full week, the cost per child per day is £35.

  • Should you require earlier or later drop-off or pick-up times, additional fees will apply as outlined in the section regarding drop-off and pick-up times above.

How to apply?

Please fill out and submit the online form in the link below to apply for the programme.

Terms and Conditions

  • Each week, we can only accommodate a maximum of 20 students. Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, secured only upon full advance payment. To ensure your spot and avoid disappointment, we recommend early booking and payment.

  • Please note that refunds will only be issued if Enact Music cancels the scheme due to unforeseen circumstances. As we incur costs associated with planning and execution, and require a minimum number of students for cost-effectiveness, we appreciate your understanding.

  • A minimum of 12 participants per week is necessary for the planned activities to proceed. If we do not receive enough bookings, we will notify you by June 8th and refund any prepaid fees.

  • Enact Music will not be held responsible for the loss of money, valuables, or personal property, including tablets, laptops, headphones, or musical instruments.

  • Any changes to the designated person for child pick-up must be communicated to Enact Music promptly using the contact information provided on our website.

  • Participants are expected to adhere to all health and safety guidelines provided by Enact Music staff. This includes proper handling of instruments, following instructions during activities, and respecting fellow participants and staff.

  • Parents/guardians must provide emergency contact information and any relevant medical details for their child. Enact Music staff will follow established procedures in case of emergencies and will notify parents/guardians immediately.

  • Participants are expected to demonstrate respectful and cooperative behaviour towards staff and fellow participants. Enact Music reserves the right to dismiss any participant whose behaviour is disruptive or poses a safety risk to others, with no refund or prepaid money issued.

  • Enact Music may photograph or record participants during activities for promotional purposes. Parents/guardians who do not wish for their child to be photographed or recorded must inform Enact Music in writing prior to the start of the programme.​

  • Participants are expected to abide by Enact Music's code of conduct, which promotes inclusivity, respect, and positive engagement with others. Any violations of the code of conduct may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal from the programme.​

  • Enact Music welcomes feedback from participants and parents/guardians to continuously improve the programme. Participants and parents/guardians are encouraged to communicate any concerns or suggestions to Enact Music staff, or contact Enact Music Director directly using the email: or phone number: 07504 548135

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Get in touch to let us know if you have any questions.

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