Music Lesson Information


Lamp House Music

just got bigger & better!

Fun, friendly & affordable music lessons

for children & adults.

NEW FOR 2015:

– Adult Guitar Group(beginners)

– Sunday String Group(children & adults)

– Music Technology

(GarageBand, Logic, Pro Tools)


Children’s Guitar Groups

– Children’s Ukulele Groups

– Bandjam


For more information please click here…LampHouseMusic

CLPL Opportunity for Primary Staff – CFE016 Fischy Online – 6th February 2015

Fischy Music has been funded by the Scottish Government to build an online platform that will enable Primary Schools across Scotland to have access to musical resources in classrooms for Health and Wellbeing work.

A briefing session has been scheduled for Friday 6th February 2015, 1.30-3.30, Saltire Rooms, John Muir House, Haddington

Staff attending can expect to find out more about this online resource, which is linked to the Curriculum for Excellence by outcomes and topic and it is easy to search for songs by theme or keywords.

Teachers can use songs:

  • In different locations in the School via computers, tablets and smartboards
  • Via different means: lyrics, video, teaching ideas, symbol movies
  • For different purposes: discussions, classroom activities and more

Add the fun factor to important Health and Wellbeing topics

Catchy, accessible songs which have been thoroughly tested for effectiveness

Empower teachers to tackle difficult issues

Songs reach pupils in a different way from regular classroom activities and using a ‘third party’ for inspiration helps engagement

Build coping strategies

Wide range of topics covered, including managing emotions, bullying, loss, friendship and transition. Help pupils see they aren’t alone in what they are dealing with

Curricular outcomes and lesson planning

Search by Curriculum for Excellence experiences and outcomes as well as other themes and topic areas – accessible at work and home

Support a range of learning styles and inclusion

Resources accompanied by British Sign Language, specifically created for Additional

Support Needs and different styles of learning

Gain confidence in teaching new songs

Our videos and notes make it easy to pick up new songs – and the signs and actions!

Practise in class – benefit in assemblies

Help assemblies flow, when pupils already know the words and actions; sheet music and guitar chords all included

Like to find out more? Book a place at this briefing by e-mailing the Training & Development Team ( quoting reference CFE016

Please see this attached flyer for more information – Fischy Online flyer-LR

Celtic Connections Free School Concerts


Free concerts for schools and home educators

Since 1998, The Celtic Connections Education Programme has brought the best Scottish and international traditional musicians to the School Concerts Series at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, and this year is no exception.

During January we will be presenting 5 school concerts, featuring artists from Canada, Spain, New Zealand and Scotland.

As well as the headline bands, some of the concerts will feature a mix of special guests and young local performers.

All concerts start at 1100 and end by 1220, with the exception of the concerts for nursery – P3, which will end by 1210.

An application is included with this information. The preferred method of applying would be to fill in the form as a word document, then e-mail it as an attachment to

Please do not send enquiries to this address, as there will be a delay in getting back to you.

If you have any enquiries regarding the concert programme, please e-mail

Information for the Celtic Connections Festival can be found on

Please click on this link to see more information about each concert:- 2015 School Concert Information

BOOKING FORM: – 2015 Education Programme school concert booking form




  Hand Up Media would like to invite you to take part in….   



Hand Up Media are excited to announce they are organising The Fair Trade Carnival and World Music Concert in Princes Street Gardens which will take place on May 10th 2014 to celebrate World Fair Trade Day, and hope that you can join them!

Their aim is to create a vibrant carnival full of colour, music and passion to promote Fair Trade and celebrate the proud fact that Scotland is now the second country in the world to become a Fair Trade nation.

Therefore they are inviting schools, universities, colleges, organisations, businesses, religious faiths and individuals from all across the country to come to Edinburgh and be a part of the Carnival, dress up in Fair Trade clothes, play Fair Trade instruments and have a lot of fun. We are keen to involve as many countries as possible which will be represented through flags, colours, music and costume.  This will be a fantastic opportunity to really get creative and express your support to Fair Trade.

The Carnival will start at City Chambers at 1pm and make its way in style to Ross Band Stand in Princes Street Gardens.

For more information about the carnival or even how to apply then please click on this link: THE EDINBURGH FAIR TRADE CARNIVAL application pack

Stage Door Studios


Stage Door Studios,  teach all types of dance. This year they are promoting a full time musical theatre course commencing September 2014.

They are accredited by SQA to deliver Higher Dance and HNC/HND in Musical theatre and have a staff of six highly qualified teachers.  It is their hope to build a relationship with the schools in East Lothian, especially for the S4, 5 and 6 who may be interested in Drama, Dance or Musical Theatre.

You can find out more about the studio by clicking on the link



Drama Mill


What can we do this Summer

Looking for something exciting to do this Summer holiday

Aged between 5 and 12 and looking for a fun-filled experience


Well look no further..

The Drama Mill are running two summer schools in East Lothian where children will be able to get involved in creating their own stories, sing, dance, do arts and crafts and play lots of games.  These inspiring and dynamic weeks will take place in two venues.

15th – 19th July at the Compass School in Haddington

22nd – 26th July at the Village Hall in Gullane

If you are interested and would like to find out more, please contact Linda Grant on 07950 641750 or alternatively you can email enquiries to

Contact:                  Telephone: 07950 641750






n why don’t you chek out the Drama Mill summer schools.

For more information please check out their flyer:


Lamp House Music’s summer programme


Lamp House Music have just announced thier Summer Programme.

 In addition to their Summer Music Schools, this year they are trying various workshops which offer children the opportunity to interact with music in fun and unusual ways.  We hope it will prove popular with them!

In addition to their Summer Music Schools, this year we are trying various workshops which offer children the opportunity to interact with music in fun and unusual ways.  We hope it will prove popular with them!

Download flier: summer_programme_2013







New Children’s Music Classes at Lamp House Music



Music Classes for Children at Lamp House Music



Musical Steps

Fun with music –  songs, movement, games,percussion and lots more!

 Babies  Thursdays 9.40am   (£4)

Toddlers   Thursdays 10.20am (£4.50)

 ReMake Music

Bringing craft and music together, making instruments and using them to discover pulse, rhythm and sound.  Take away your instrument at the end of each session!

Pre-School (2-5yrs) Fridays 10.30-11.30am (£5)

(Parental supervision required)


Primary age (5-11yrs) Thursdays 4-5pm (£5)

(Supervision optional but ‘Coffee & Chat’ provided)



 Limited places – Book Now – 01620 825630

For booking and enquiries 01620 825630 / or for more details see


 Please click on this link to see the official Press Relesease  PR ReMake Music


Lamp House Music,

The Lamp House,

 Hospital Road,


Lamp House Music Easter Music School: 25th to 29th March

Lamp House Music – the Music Rehearsal and Teaching Studio based in Haddington – have announced that they will provide an Easter Music School during the East Lothian school holidays for children age 10+.

The school will run from Monday 25th to Friday 29th March 2013, 9.30am to 2.30pm each day, and will follow the same successful format of their previous Music Schools.  Children do not need experience of an instrument to participate.

Details: PR Easter Music School 2013 Flyer