Saturday 25th February 2017

Saturday 25th February 2017! This week we have the following lunchtime activities taking place: Piano Department Concert – 1.10 B05 String Department Concert – 1.10 B08 Mixed Student Concert – 1.10 Holst More »

UPBEAT – Spring 2017

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Sign up NOW for the Grade 5 Theory Booster Day at CYM

Sign up NOW for the Grade 5 Theory Booster Day at CYM This will be a booster, crammer day for musicians who are preparing for the ABRSM Grade 5 Theory qualification. The More »

Apply NOW for the LSCO Spring Course 2017

London Schools Chamber Orchestra String players of Grade 6–8 standard are invited to take part in this exciting project. March/April 2017 Course Directors – Hilary Sturt & John Kirby Rehearsals from 10:00–13:00 More »

Sign up NOW for the CYM Summer Music School 2017

CYM Summer Music Course 2017 The CYM Summer Music School will run from Monday 24th – Friday 28th July 2017 Please click on the Application form and Brochure below for more details More »

 

Monitoring and Reporting

Monitoring & reporting

It is expected that students will dedicate regular time to practice during the week in order to maintain a high level of achievement in their studies. The progress of all CYM students is carefully monitored throughout their time at the Centre. Heads of Department are kept informed of work and frequently discuss progress with students, tutors and parents alike.

Once a year tutors provide a written report on each student which is distributed to parents, schools and funding bodies.

From time to time Heads of Department will ask to hear students play in a formal assessment and all students are encouraged to perform in lunchtime concerts and at other informal events arranged at least once a term within individual departments.

In the rare cases of students failing to progress satisfactorily Heads of Department, tutors and other senior staff will be involved in helping students to resolve any difficulties they may face.

External Examinations

 

It is likely that students will enter graded exams during their time at CYM, although this is not essential.

ABRSM and Trinity exams are taken at the end of each term. Students can only be entered when their teacher and Head of Department decide it is appropriate.

All students entering external examinations will be given help with aural and theory requirements, and be provided with an accompanist when needed.

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