Ukulele Group

Course Description

If you would like to start learning a stringed instrument, this is the course for you. Ukulele is an excellent starting point to learn how to play and the course will allow you do this in a group setting performing popular songs as well as learning the basics of the instrument. Learning a musical instrument is great for wellbeing and personal confidence and the ukulele is a great starting point

Location: Camden

Course Content

The course will focus upon individual instrumental skills and also how you work together to play music. It will involve some music theory and the development of listening skills. You will also get the opportunity to perform some simple songs as a group.

Please note: although you will be introduced to all the above over a single term (10-weeks), the course is developmental over the whole year. If you sign up for the full three terms (courses A, B and C) at the start of the academic year e.g. August / September you will be entitled to the ?early bird? discount.

Teaching and Learning Methods

You will learn through:

? Practical music making activities
? Group exercises and peer assessment
? Listening and analysis
? Demonstration and discussion
? Use of supporting online materials (Google Classroom)
? Individual practice
? Use of ILT (computers)
? Continuous assessment

Independent Learning

You will be expected to work independently to develop your ukulele technique. The focus should be on instrumental practice but should also include developing your understanding of music theory.


You will be continually assessed through your practical activities and will receive feedback in a variety of ways e.g. peer assessment, verbal and written feedback from your teacher.

Qualification you will achieve

This is a non-accredited course but a certificate of completion can be provided by the College on request.

Next Steps and Progression

For more information please contact the Learner Services Team on: 020 7255 4700 or email:

Additional Information

For more information please contact the Learner Services Team on: 020 7255 4700 or email:

Additional Learning Support

Teachers are supported to ensure their materials are inclusive to meet all learners needs. Provision of assistive equipment is available and access support can be provided through reasonable adjustments, subject to an assessment by the ALS team and/or the Disability Officer. Digital Learning support is available in the Learning Centre at our Camden site. Careers advice and guidance is also available to all learners.

Additional Costs

Although WM College can provide instruments, it is recommended that ukulele players bring their own instruments and accessories e.g. leads, tuners, spare strings, etc.

The College provides financial support for course fees, which is based on an eligibility criteria. For more information, please contact a member of the Learner Services team at the main reception.
44 Crowndale Road
Tel: 020 7255 4700
7 Leighton Place
Tel: 020 7241 8572