2018!!! (and that's a wrap!)

Hi all,

This week I finished off my last guitar lessons of the year and in review 2018 has been an absolute mother. This year has seen the addition of Landscore, Two Moors and Bampton schools to my roster as well as a multitude of private students now taking weekly sessions with me. I’ve taught group lessons to employees of the Environmental Health Standards Agency during their lunch breaks and spent half a term teaching guitar at St. Wilfrid’s private school in Exeter however I’ve recently had to say goodbye to those students in order to begin a new teaching venture which I’m very excited about in January ‘19. It’s been crazy busy and it’s about to get busier…

I have recently teamed up with Rupert McDonald at Exeter Guitar School and as of January I will be taking his place at St James High School in Exeter. A large school with a healthy number of students attending weekly guitar lessons and I’m very excited to get started. Please direct all enquiries regarding lessons at St James to Rupert McDonald.

Here is my updated weekly schedule and list of schools as of January 2019:

  • Monday - Landscore Primary, Crediton

  • Tuesday - St James High School, Exeter

  • Wednesday - Haywards Primary, Crediton & Newton St. Cyres Primary, Exeter

  • Thursday - Two Moors Primary, Tiverton & Bampton CofE, Tiverton

  • Friday - Newton St. Cyres Primary, Exeter

I will soon be sending out password protected lesson timetables, info. ready for the next term, these will also be posted on the site under the school & lesson timetables tab and the passwords will be sent out in the email. I will also be making small changes/updates to the site over the next couple of weeks so keep an eye out for those.

Big thanks to everyone who has lessons with me for making my career so enjoyable! I look forward to seeing you all again in the New Year until then keep practicing and have a mega Christmas!

I’m taking a well deserved break until the 7th Jan however if you wish to contact me throughout this period please do not hesitate.


Sean Tucker-Clemens