Jenna is energetic and passionate about sharing her love of music with children. She teaches beginner kids ages 4 and up using the Fanfare Award Scale at her home in Ossett, West Yorkshire.
Parents are required to be present for the duration of all lessons (apart from Rotating lessons).
For more information and to check availability please get in touch.
The Fanfare Award Scale is an eight stage scheme designed to get kids up to 'Grade 1 ready' standard.
Children are motivated with a series of fun certificates celebrating their progression through the scheme.
Adults have the option to use the same criteria to progress through the scheme with the aim of preparing them either for the traditional Grades or getting the basics for playing just for fun.
Ready for a new challenge?
Want to make new friends or spend more time with existing ones?
Watch out for more information here and on social media about group lessons for adult beginners starting in Ossett soon. Or, sign up for our Adult Group Lessons mailing list to be kept informed!
'Hi I'm Jenna! I'm a mother of three young children, Harry, Emily and Oliver, and a true believer in the power of music. As a young pianist myself many years ago I taught younger children to play and as a mother in recent years I have run a babies' and toddlers' music group. I am now loving teaching piano and find seeing my students progress really rewarding.
I am passionate about making music accessible to all, regardless of age, upbringing or experience.'
Adults can make quick progress if they have the right teacher. Jenna tailors her lessons to the individual and motivates with enthusiasm, her easy going attitude and encouragement.
If learning the piano is on your bucket list, just go for it! If it's not for you, at least you tried!
Jenna is available for a limited number of adult beginner lessons; please contact us if you are interested.
Jenna offers piano lessons in modern and innovative formats :
For more information about these exciting new ways to teach piano please get in touch.
During lessons students can expect to receive tuition on a range of elements, for example: note learning, reading music, technique, rhythms, exercises and scales, aural exercises, sight reading, improvisations, composition, chords, pop music and classical repertoire.