Music Education Solutions has recently expanded its range of online courses for primary, secondary, and instrumental music teachers. Whether you’re looking for planning inspiration, help with the national curriculum, behaviour management tips, or want to develop your understanding around the theory of musical learning, there is something for everyone!
Each course costs £99, is valid for 6 months, and comes with a certificate on completion.
To find out more, visit the Music Education Solutions website.
Led by LSO Workshop leader Rachel Leach and LSO musicians, these day-long workshops at LSO St Luke’s equip primary school teachers, and other staff teaching music, with the skills to take a creative and hands-on approach to composing music in the classroom.
As part of each Creative Day, attendees will receive a complimentary ticket to a linked LSO evening concert at the Barbican Hall.
Where? LSO St Luke’s, 161 Old St, London EC1V 9NG
When? Monday 11 March 2019, 10.00am-3.00pm & Monday 29 April 2019, 10.00am-3.00pm
For more information: Pia Luck, email@example.com
In addition to termly Creative Days, we also run a year-long CPD programme for primary teachers, Music in the Classroom. Creative Days explore some of the content of this year-long programme, and are therefore an ideal way to experience our way of working before you apply for Music in the Classroom.
Cost to school: £75+VAT per Creative Day per teacher
If the cost is a barrier to your school’s participation, please contact us to discuss options. To book a place, or for more information, please contact Pia Luck at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, email address, and school address.
Now in its fifth year, the Singing Strategy Symposium is moving to London for the first time!
This event is for anyone interested in singing, choirs and vocal teaching, including leaders and teachers from music education hubs, schools, and private music organisations. The emphasis of the day is on discussion and debate, with plenty of opportunities for peer-sharing and networking.
There will also be a range of presentations from singing experts, and a trade fair showcasing some of the UK’s best vocal education organisations, including Sing Up, Friday Afternoons, & Out of the Ark.
- Beyond the Big Sing: Building a sustainable singing strategy
- Singing Strategy Beyond 2020: Will it exist and what will it look like?
- Peer Sharing: Singing Warm-Ups and Games hosted by Sing Up
- Wisdom of the Crowd: How can we make our singing strategies successful?
- Singing in the Early Years hosted by NYMAZ
- KS2 Singing Resources hosted by Friday Afternoons
- Research Presentations from Postgraduate Vocal Researchers
Further information and booking visit the website here