Look out for our advert in the Summer edition of The Peckham Peculiar
We have been advertising in the Peckham Peculiar since Issue 1. Here’s the advert that will feature in the next paper.
We have a few spaces for new students and would love to welcome you on board to our musical family. Students of all ages welcome.
We have just updated our Vacancies page here. If you see a suitable time, please drop us an email to request an invoice to book your lesson. se22pianoschool at gmail.com
We don’t just teach the piano. We can offer you guitar, music theory and aptitude test and scholarship lessons for UK secondary schools. We are based in commercial premises in East Dulwich just off Lordship Lane. We are within easy walk of Harris Primary East Dulwich, Charter North Dulwich and Charter East Dulwich, Alleyn’s, Heber, Goodrich, Dulwich Hamlets, St Anthony’s and Goose Green primary to name just a few schools.
There is free parking on-street (not within the LTN zone) and we are just installing a bike and scooter rack outside our studio for you to lock these up if you two-wheel it to lessons!
2021 Update: We are proud to support The Peckham Peculiar. Find the advert for the SE22 Piano School in the next issue.
We attended the Peckham Peculiar launch party for the newest hyperlocal periodical for Peckham. We were glad to have helped Kickstart the newspaper in a small way. The first issue has a peep inside Peckham’s famous hair salons of Rye Lane, a piece about the legendary Peckham Liberal Club, thoughts on the redevelopment of Peckham Rye station and a recipe for sticky, spicy chicken that I absolutely must try out! You can read the edition online.
Captured on the Rye and the SE22 Piano School are supporting The Peckham Peculiar on Kickstarter – will you show your support too so they can reach their funding goal of £5000? As of tonight, they are just £387 away from their goal and there’s just a fortnight left to raise the final amount.
‘The Peckham Peculiar’ is a new periodical in one of London’s most vibrant areas.
You should get involved if:
(a) you love newspapers
(b) you want to inspire the local community
(c) you want to be associated with a project that’s hyper-local in one of London’s most up-and-coming and talked about areas!
From TPP’s Kickstarter page: “We want to write about local news. We want to be free so the whole community can read us. We will be a 16 page newspaper that comes out 6 times a year. The emphasis will be on real reporting and unique stories, not celebrity-led drivel. There will also be a strong focus on design and lots of photographs.”