Calderbrook Road, Littleborough, Lancashire, OL15 9HW

01706 378556

Littleborough Community Primary School and Nursery

Bringing Out The Best In Every Child


We are delighted to announce that from September we are able to offer extra curricular music lessons to those children in KS2. The children will have the opportunity to learn to play a brass or percussion instrument and become a valued member of the school band. We are looking forward to entering both the local and national events again this year and playing for our local community during the festive period. 

The training band practise on Tuesday lunch times and the Senior band practise on Thursdays. If you would like to find out more about prices and opportunities, please contact the school office who can provide you with a letter. 


Our Y6 band members playing a large selection of Christmas songs for you! 



Our Year 5 band members playing a selection of Christmas tunes! 



Our Year 4 band with their selection of Christmas songs



A member of of our Year 3 band showcasing her brilliant musical skills! 



Our drummers showing off their fantastic drumming skills! 



Extra-curricular Music

Musical Instruments

Our school has strong links with Wardle High School. Music teachers from Wardle visit the school to teach children to play brass and woodwind instruments. Mr Lee Rigg teaches brass and Mrs Jane Conway teaches woodwind.

Lessons are not funded by the school, charges are kept to a minimum.

Lessons cost £50 per term and are payable in advance. An annual charge of £25 is made to cover the hire and insurance of the musical instruments. Children are taught in groups of no more than eight.

We have a senior band and a training band. These rehearse during the lunch break.

Those children who are developing well are invited to take the ABRSM music grades. Sometimes additional lessons are offered to support the children in developing their solo playing skills.

Music is a performing art and we encourage our children to perform in concerts as soon as they are able. We expect band members to be smart, wearing a white long sleeved shirt, grey skirt or trousers and school tie. The school loans band members a waistcoat. All children are expected to wear black shoes.

As well as playing at concerts, the children are invited to attend a range of very important events. For example, the band has played for the Mayor and local community at Littleborough station. The children then went on the train to Hebden Bridge through the Summit tunnel. This was to mark the 175th anniversary of the Summit Train tunnel.