Music Groups and Lessons


Playing a musical instrument is great fun and helps children to develop self-discipline and confidence. Mastering an instrument can enhance educational attainment and creativity and gives children a sense of achievement. It also has positive benefits on their health and wellbeing. We currently offer violin and keyboard lessons through Warwickshire music teachers and are now able to offer clarinet / saxophone lessons from September 2023. (see below re how to sign up for these lessons). We also offer piano and guitar lessons – please enquire at the office to find out more.

If the instrument your child wishes to learn is not on offer at our school, lessons can also be arranged through the Warwickshire Music Hub after school at one of their four area Music Centres located across Warwickshire. Follow this link for more information: Warwickshire Music Hub


Playing regularly in a Music Group:

· Enhances progress in music lessons

· Improves mental health and well-being

· Develops team and organisation skills

· Builds self-confidence, resilience, social and interpersonal skills

· Boosts educational attainment

Above all, making music with others its great fun!


Music groups in school



Our federation choir rehearse together after school and have performed in a wide range of venues and in various exciting projects, including Young Voices. Enquire at the office if your child is interested in joining the choir.



We offer fun and inclusive in-school rock and pop band lessons, for Years 3 to 6. No experience or instrument required. Follow this link for more info or enquire at our office for cost and availability.

Warwickshire Music Hub Groups & Ensembles

Once your child gains in confidence, there are a range of opportunities for participating in Bands, Orchestras, Choirs, Guitar and Steel Pan Groups which meet the ability levels of all students across Warwickshire, led by a world class team of Warwickshire Music teachers. A list of music groups and ensembles available in this area are shown below.  Others are held in different locations – follow this link for further details.

Central Warwickshire Area Music Centre – Training and Intermediate level Groups


Rehearsal Day & Time 


Central Warwickshire  Training Wind Band 

Wednesday: 4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Kenilworth School & Sixth Form

Leyes Lane

Central Warwickshire  Wind Band

Wednesday: 4:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.

Central Warwickshire Training Strings 

Wednesday: 4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Central Warwickshire String Orchestra

Wednesday: 4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Playtastic (Beginner Musicians including Guitar and Keyboard)

Wednesday 4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Pandemonium (Steel Pan Group)

3:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Coten End Workshop

Coten End
CV34 4NP


Warwickshire Youth Choirs

There is a youth choir for girls aged 7 – 11 and for boys from Year 3 until their voices change. If your child would be interested, follow this link for more information.


Warwick Corps of Drums/ Warwick Showband

This is a youth music group for brass and percussion players age 8 upwards. It is based in Warwick and welcomes new or experienced players.

Click here for more information