Through Uke Clubs or curriculum based teaching in schools,

students gain confidence and teamwork skills while learning to play.​

I have been running Uke Clubs in Primary schools since 2013 throughout Chester and Bristol. I have previously conducted many performances with the children in assemblies and produced a CD with an original song composed/performed by pupils to raise money for charity.  

As well as developing musical skills, learning ukulele in a group can help children:

  • increase confidence and self esteem

  • develop teamwork skills

  • develop communication skills

  • improve coordination


Uke Lift Project can provide curriculum based teaching of ukulele

for a full class and has experience in teaching whole class instruction. 


Uke Clubs take place after school or during the lunch break. Each session is 30 minutes and is suitable for up to 15 students. Students learn how to hold and strum their ukes, make chords, play/sing well known songs and create their own compositions.

I communicate with parents directly via email to

confirm term dates, collect club fees, etc.
The Uke Lift Project tutor is DBS checked and

has public liability insurance.