Working as a group on technical and rhythmic exercises Learning a series of set pieces of Grades 3-5 standard, tailored to the needs of the class. Bringing ‘own choice’ repertoire of any style or standard to work on in a ‘masterclass’ format in front of the class and observing your colleagues do the same. Participating in ensemble playing in small groups and as a whole class to develop the skills to play in chamber, band and orchestral groups. Asking and answering questions, participating in discussion, giving and receiving feedback from the tutor and to and from your peers. Keeping notes on what to practice and how to practice it. There will be opportunities for performance during the year. You will need to follow and contribute to discussions in English. Music Study can include the use of digital resources such as listening to recordings, watching videos online, using appropriate mobile applications and following Moodle -Morley's virtual learning environment- to enhance your learning inside and outside the classroom. Music study also offers a range of benefits including being an enjoyable way to enhance wellbeing. Music practice at Morley can also serve to enhance skills relevant for employment including developing creativity, developing high-concentration levels, building self-confidence, working to deadlines, being able to control nerves and working as part of a team.