May 23, 2018

Education – School Case Studies

Several UK schools have licensed Coda Tuition, with positive results so far. Here are a few quick examples:

All Saint’s Academy, Cheltenham, has been running music workshops for underprivilaged students. Parents joint fund the cost of a single tutor to supervise sessions in the school’s IT music suite. After an initial 6 week trial for the workshops, the school has deemed them successful and is extending their provision to a full year.

Our Lady’s Catholic College, Lancaster, and St Catherine’s Academy, Bolton both run level 2 BTEC music courses. Coda Tuition has been used to help students develop skills to assist with assessed performance.

St Thomas a Becket Catholic College, Wakefield, and Highworth Warnford School, Swindon, both run Musical Futures at Key Stage 3. Coda Tuition has been used to help introduce absolute beginners to basic techniques, after which students then decide which instrument they wish to learn. Classes then work towards learning songs for group performances.

Dixons Allerton Academy, Bradford, has been encouraging peripatetic tutors to use Coda Tuition alongside their regular teaching syllabus, and students are able to use videos at home to assist with practice and the learning process in general.

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