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Curriculum Music Conference 2022: Highlights Recording

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Curriculum Music Conference 2022: Highlights Recording

£25.00

The 6th annual national Curriculum Music Conference took place in Birmingham in March 2022. We have created a video & audio playlist of the highlights from this event, featuring Deborah Annetts, Marie Bessant, Kay Charlton, Dr Ally Daubney, Chris Fower, James Manwaring, Sue Nicholls, Gary Spruce, Dr Liz Stafford, Jack Stote, and Ollie Tunmer.

 

You can purchase access to this highlights playlist for just £25, which will be available to access as many times as you like until December 2022.

 

£5 from every sale of this recording will be donated to the DEC Ukraine Emergency Humanitarian Appeal.

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Keynote Speech from Deborah Annetts

Keynote Speech from Deborah Annetts

Deborah Annetts, Chief Executive of the ISM, shares findings from their recent report into the state of music education across the UK.

Around the World in 6 Songs with Kapow Primary

Around the World in 6 Songs with Kapow Primary

Kay Charlton and Dr Liz Stafford take you on a whistlestop tour round the world, using Kapow Primary’s recently released KS2 whole class instrumental materials. Visit and explore the music of the Caribbean, South America, North America, India, Indonesia & South Africa in just under 30 minutes!

Leading Music in Primary Schools: Secrets to Success

Leading Music in Primary Schools: Secrets to Success

Based on her recently released book The Primary Music Leader’s Handbook Dr Liz Stafford shares her secrets to being a successful primary music subject leader.

The Future of Curriculum Music: Panel Discussion

The Future of Curriculum Music: Panel Discussion

This discussion chaired by Marie Bessant (OCR) features Deborah Annetts, Dr Ally Daubney, and Gary Spruce talking about the place of music in the curriculum.

Reinvigorating Primary Music with Music Express

Reinvigorating Primary Music with Music Express

Music education legend Sue Nicholls takes you through a variety of exciting and engaging music teaching activities to revitalise your music teaching after the pandemic.

Learning about Brass through Pop Music & PBuzz

Learning about Brass through Pop Music & PBuzz

Chris Fower of Warwick Music leads a practical session exploring the use of pop repertoire for beginner brass teaching.

Breaking Down Barriers: Supporting SEN across KS3 & KS4

Breaking Down Barriers: Supporting SEN across KS3 & KS4

Inspiring teacher Jack Stote of Guiseley School leads a discussion on supporting children with additional needs during KS3 and KS4 music activities.

Creating a Body Percussion Scheme of work with Beat Goes On

Creating a Body Percussion Scheme of work with Beat Goes On

Body percussionist extraordinaire Ollie Tunmer leads a session on creating a scheme of work for body percussion. This session is suitable for both primary and secondary teachers.

The Changing Landscape of Music at KS4 & KS5

The Changing Landscape of Music at KS4 & KS5

Marie Bessant of OCR leads a session full of advice on approaching KS4 and KS5 music, which is suitable for teachers using all exam boards.

How to impact every key stage with Music Technology

How to impact every key stage with Music Technology

Highly experienced music teacher James Manwaring shares his ideas for using music technology in the classroom at any key stage, with a little help from Music First.