MEHEM Conference 2020 – #MEHEM2020
An exciting conference for all phases of music education, exploring Cultural Capital and the new Ofsted framework – at the Royal Albert Hall Conference Centre, Nottingham
Music Education Hubs from across the East Midlands (MEHEM) are joining forces to offer an exciting conference for music educators of all key stages, featuring workshops and talks from renowned industry professionals including:
- The importance of Music and Arts within the Curriculum; Dr. Darren Henley OBE, Cheif Executive for Arts Council England
- The proposed refresh of the National Plan for Music Education; David Warden, Senior Policy Advisor for Department for Education
- What can a school do to prepare for a subject inspection?
- How to implement technology within your lessons; Ben Sellers
- KS3 composition; Em Whitfield-Brooks
- Music, Communication and Connections in Early Childhood; Nicola Burke
- Royal Opera House 'Create and Sing' programme; Camille Maalaway
- Performances from Jeneba and Aminata Kanneh-Mason and Boston Youth Jazz Orchestra
Book your places now...
- When – Friday 28 February 2020
- Where – The Albert Hall Conference Centre, Nottingham
- Cost – £80 per delegate (charged by Lincolnshire Music Service), including one free place for a member of your school's SLT for the morning.
- Eligibility – This conference is for school teachers in the East Midlands schools only
- Booking – Bookings are being handled by Lincolnshire Music Service. Follow the link below to book onto this conference.
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The Trinity Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators (CME) is a qualification designed for music educators who work with children and young people. Offered by Music Education Hubs East Midlands (MEHEM).
MEHEM is a consortium of Music Education Hubs representing the cities and counties of the East Midlands Area.