CPD for Infant, Junior and Primary teachers
Training courses and CPD for Foundation, KS1 and KS2 school teachers supporting the development and delivery of classroom musical activities in schools
Whether you have music experience or consider yourself a newbie to music teaching, these events will provide you with valuable insights and innovative strategies to develop your teaching. Get ready to unlock your musical potential and create a lasting impact in your classroom!
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Empowering primary teachers to lead engaging singing activities with confidence that keep pupils singing | For infant, junior and primary school teachers
Bespoke in-school training
We are committed to supporting infant, junior and primary schools in their development and delivery of classroom musical activities by school staff. We offer bespoke training that meets the needs of individual schools, academies and clusters.
Ask us about CPD for your school
- A 60-90 minute training session to suit the needs of staff. This can be delivered as part of an inset day, or as a twilight session, and schools can join with others in a local cluster or academy chain to share the costs between schools.
- Half-day or whole-day inset sessions providing a comprehensive framework for the skills needed to deliver music in the classroom.
What topics can be explored?
Our CPD and training sessions can cover a wide range of topics relating to music in school, including:
- Easy ways into composing music
Tracking progression of musical skills knowledge and understanding
Building staff confidence to deliver classroom music
Writing a scheme of work for KS1 music, Music and Literacy for EYFS and KS1
Music for health and well-being, Improving singing in your school
Making the most of a song
Listening and responding across a range of musical genres
What instruments do you need and how do you use them?
How to address the requirements of the National Curriculum for Music
What are the basic skills required to deliver curriculum music lessons?
Music in school−little and often.