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Sing Up is launching a new set of professional development workshops running until February 2011. The programme of one-day workshops, which are led by the country’s top singing leaders, have already been popular with music and educational professionals. The training aims to build the confidence and expertise of teachers and musicians in leading and supporting [...]
Alan McKinney from SoundScalpel has kindly contributed a large collection of sound effects to Teaching Ideas. You can download these sounds and use them in your classroom for: Adding atmosphere to lessons, Assemblies, School performances, Adding sound to children’s ICT / multimedia work, Addition to a school website / VLE. www.teachingideas.co.uk/english/dramasoundeffects.htm I’ve also recently discovered www.freesfx.co.uk which [...]
The National Centre for Early Music, a venue for concerts and festivals, also offers a varied musical outreach programme and produces many learning resources designed to widen participation in music. They have free learning resources aimed at key stages 2 to 4 which can be downloaded from their website, covering 17th century music, music and art in Saxon [...]
Many Year Six classes put on a performance at the end of the year to mark the end of their time at their primary school. Although the end of the academic year is still a few months away, here are details of a new musical for those teachers who want to plan ahead! ‘Fame Idle [...]