Belfast Street, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 3YT

01273 770082

St. Andrew's CofE (aided) Primary School

Inspire a love of learning and enjoy 'life in all its fullness', ensuring that everyone can flourish and be the best they can be. John 10:10


Learning a musical instrument is fun, builds confidence and can open the door to a lifelong passion for music.

At St. Andrew’s, pupils are able to take advantage of the excellent peripatetic music lessons that are available.


A team of musicians visit during the week to teach…




All brass instruments, including trumpet, trombone, tuba, French Horn, and Tenor horn 



Bass Guitar






Pupils who have instrumental lessons have opportunities to perform in assemblies, classes and concerts throughout the year if they wish to, as well as the opportunity to become a member of the St. Andrew’s School Orchestra.


Students can also be entered for graded exams with either the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music, or with the Trinity Guildhall exam board.


If you are interested in your child having instrumental music lessons, please contact our

Music Lead, Ms Booth, on

Meet some of our peripatetic teachers...

Sam Evans - Drum Teacher 



Mary Dansoh - Violin Teacher



Rupert Horne - Guitar Teacher

Sammy Taylor - Keyboards and Vocals 

One of Sammy Taylor's students performing during a recital
One of Sammy Taylor's students performing during a recital

Jocasta Mudge - Cello Teacher



Liz Easen - Flute and Clarinet Teacher


Matt Ellis-Devitt - Brass Teacher


Joanna Dziecielska (Miss Joanna)

Miss Joanna provides music lessons in small groups or individually for violin, guitar and bass guitar. A professional musician herself, she is keen to spread the joy of playing popular, folk and classical music! For more information, text Miss Joanna on 07516222384