Japanese drumming teaches performance, timekeeping and discipline whilst being loved by all who participate. Our ClassTaiko approach can be adopted with or without drums making it accessible for all.

Are you looking for a way to deliver the national music curriculum through drumming? ClassTaiko is a large group Japanese Drumming program that can be delivered with or without drums. It was designed by former music teacher of the year, Dan Jones and pioneered in the primary curriculum. It also offers superb opportunities and support for none specialist teachers to start delivering immediately.

We offer three packages:

ClassTaiko also forms part of our award winning JamPod™ program. For those primary and secondary schools already engaging with JamPod™, contact us to find out how you can start delivering ClassTaiko on your existing equipment.

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