Are you looking for new and exciting ways to deliver your Literacy sessions?
Do your colleagues need support when including music in the Curriculum?
Are your colleagues struggling to fit music into the timetable?
Would you like to explore new and exciting music resources?
If the answer to any of those questions is yes, then you need Music Connect CPD!
A few places remain available on our final two training sessions of 2016-17:
Charanga Musical School – Monday 5th June, 4.15-5.45pm, Pudsey Civic Hall, LS28 5TA
The new Music Scheme of Work for your whole school – “The most significant new primary music resources for a decade!”
As part of our continued support for music education in your area, Leeds Music Education Partnership, ArtForms and Charanga – winner of the Best Digital/Technological Resource at the 2015 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence – are delighted to invite you to discover how Charanga Musical School can fully support modern music teaching across your whole school. Please join us to learn about Musical School’s week-by-week Scheme of Work – ideal for specialist, non-specialist and new class teachers – providing teaching plans, progression and stunning whiteboard resources for every lesson. See how the Units of Work, Topics and Instrumental Courses can support themed learning, and how you can create your own lessons from the library of resources in the Freestyle programme to share with your colleagues and pupils.
The course is free of charge for staff in all Leeds Schools and Academies and up to two colleagues can attend from each school. Book via the Leeds for Learning website: http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/37577
Bringing Literacy to Life with Music – Tuesday 6th June, 12.45-4.30pm, Pudsey Civic Hall LS28 5TA
Sue Nicholls (http://suenichollsmusic.com/ ) and Hilary Miles will be exploiting the natural links between story-telling and music, and exploring accessible musical activities that reinforce and underpin vocabulary, rhyme and many aspects of language work at KS1 and 2. They will bring a bunch of new songs and raps that tell traditional and published tales in new and exciting ways, using props, puppets, drama and percussion for scene-setting. This course is suitable for both non-specialists and specialists, and would especially be ideal for Literacy leaders interested in considering new ways to approach Literacy teaching in school. The course is free of charge for staff in all Leeds Schools and Academies and up to two colleagues can attend from each school. Book via the Leeds for Learning website: http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/37594