Don't forget to dabble with place notation. Double Court Bob Minor is boxes around the treble hunting 2/3 and then 4/5 and the same coming back.
Quarter peals – two teachers with one learner:
Quarter peals – one teacher with two learners:
When you're ready, aim to ring a quarter peal each time you meet but don't add pressure onto your group. If you encounter a problem then don’t go back to the start, pick it up from the lead end before the one in which you had a problem and resume from there. It's about the practice afforded by extended ringing rather than scoring the quarter peal.
Don’t delay ringing on higher numbers, because:
New patterns – unless your ring odd pairs (1-2, 3-5, 4-6, 7-9, 8-10).
Why not ring Grandsire Doubles for a bit of light relief? It's easier that you think:
Watch this video of the 3-4 prior to your practice, and place your learners on 1-2 and 5-6. Enjoy the great sense of achievement when Grandsire comes round.
Warn everyone to take care when lying at the back – it is made at backstroke and handstroke which may feel a bit weird if you mainly ring even-bell methods.