Welcome to the NMPAT Duston Centre. Our dedicated team of teachers run a rich and varied array of activities which cover music, drama and dance, as well as activities for ‘early years’ students. Our centre has a strong ‘community’ feel, with a parent led ‘friends’ group who help with the tuck shop and the general running of the centre.
Activities include music, mime, song, ocarina, kazoo, recorder, ukulele and percussion.
We offer a large variety of music groups which include wind band, folk group, orchestra, jazz band, rock bands, ukulele, percussion, guitar classes, ‘grown up’ band, choir and much more. All standards are catered for, from the novice to the more experienced player.
We offer both dance and drama at the centre. No experience is required for these sessions which are called ‘street dance’ and ‘movement and drama’.
We offer a variety of activities for children who don’t yet play an instrument. These activities include drama, dance, choir, keyboard, percussion, music theory and ukulele.
If you would just like to come and see what we do, you would be most welcome to come for a taster session with no obligation to sign up. Just turn up and someone will be able to show you what there is to see.
Millway Primary School
Saturday mornings during term time: 9:30am to 12:30pm.
In the event of unavoidable closures, information will be via the centre on our Facebook feed.
The centre head is local brass teacher, John Bickerdike.
You can email the centre: email@example.com
You can contact the main NMPAT office.
There is some important information we would need in order to safeguard your child to the best of our ability. Please complete the Student essential details form below and return it to your centre head.
Please see the payments page for details of membership subscriptions and how to pay.
Help us reduce costs by paying online through Parent Pay and please consider Gift Aiding your membership subscription so that we can avoid raising subscription rates unnecessarily.
You can find our child protection policy, code of conduct, and photographic policy on our policies page.