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Secondary Class Instrument Sets

Secondary Class Instrument Sets

Drums for Schools' award-winning Class Instrument Sets include everything a non-specialist teacher needs to lead their class or group from basics to performance level in just a term.

Home > Secondary Class Instrument Sets

Our Best Value Class Instrument Sets and collaborative approach empower ANY class teacher or non-specialist to teach life skills through music. No music training is needed, not even the ability to read music!

Check out our Secondary Class Sets below – you’ll find a solution for your school and budget!

Whole class music-making can make a massive impact on pupils’ attitude and behaviour, because it develops their social and emotional skills. Playing regularly in a group fosters listening, empathy and team-working, and has been shown to boost mental health and wellbeing.

And because the same Class Instrument Set can be used with any number of classes, it means that every child in the school can benefit from weekly ensemble playing – you don’t need visiting experts and you only need one set of instruments.

  • The styles and instruments are easy to learn, inclusive and fun.
  • The teaching support is designed for non-specialists and includes “how to” videos, warm-ups, cultural background and lesson plans.
  • The approach has been tried and tested in schools all over the world.
  • Overall Winner "All Other Resources" 2016 Primary Teacher Awards GOLD
  • 2016 Practical Pre-School Awards GOLD
  • Nursery World Awards Winner 2010
  • SEADOM Southeast Asia Directors of Music
  • Sound Sense The voice of community music
  • SAME Scottish Association for Music Education
  • Music Mark Influencing Supporting & Connecting
  • MMA Music Teaching Professionals
  • ISM Corporate Member
  • ISME International Society for Music Education
  • BESA British Educational Suppliers Association

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