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UK MUSIC APPOINTS JAMIE NJOKU-GOODWIN AS NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Jamie was one of my first GCSE Music students in 2005. At The Ravenscroft School, Barnet. London. A skilled Pianist and composer. I always remember his echoes, playing Einaudi pieces. Brilliance ringing from the practice room. Jamie was always first in line to help develop music at the school and supported with many performances. Congratulations, young man (not so young anymore!) You are exactly what the UK Arts scene needs right now!
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"Just a little note of thanks to you - you probably don't even realise how much music did to support Phoebe! Starting in year 3 and her biggest wish was to learn to play the guitar, which she did over many years of practise. But you installed a deeper love of music in its many guises over her years at UJS (much more than I could despite my excellent taste/knowledge of the 80's!).
The start you gave her led to many more opportunities at Secondary School - junior/senior band, jazz band - via a suggestion that she should play the saxophone, in the beginning it seemed to be even bigger than her! Being part of the music ensemble to many productions starts with much anticipation as to what the production will be that year and the summer term ends with a yearly trip to London to see a musical which is always a highlight for Phoebe and makes me envious. Learning to play one instrument led to another and then more - keyboard and ukulele and to an A* for GCSE music - all this started with you, her Secondary music teachers just built on your foundations.
The most important gift music has given Phoebe is her mental health - I am so used to hearing her singing or playing in the house, she calls music her stress buster; last year during the run up to GCSE's she struggled as many teens do and I didn't think I would get her through that period but she came through it and that in a way is down to you and the love of music you instilled in her, the ability to pick up an instrument and play for a while and forget exams helped so much. So cheers to you Mr Welcomme, I know your future students are going to be a lucky lot!"
-Jayne- Parent, Dorset UK
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