Curriculum Music Conference 2019
Now in its third year, the Curriculum Music Conference is moving to the Midlands for the first time!
This event is for anyone interested in curriculum music including leaders and teachers from music education hubs, schools, and private music organisations.
The emphasis of the day is on discussion and debate, with plenty of opportunities for peer-sharing and networking. There will be opportunities for primary and secondary colleagues to meet both together and separately, as well as a range of expert presentations, and a trade fair showcasing some of the UK's best music education organisations, including Inspire-Works, I can Compose, Collins Music, Music First, & Out of the Ark.
Programme Highlights include:
IndoAfroSamba Workshop, led by Inspire-Works
Music Education Health Check - How are you doing?
What primary teachers want to know about secondary music, and vice versa!
Creative Approaches to GCSE and A Level Assessment, led by OCR
Primary Music Magazine Awards Ceremony
How to get GCSE students to write a good melody, led by I Can Compose
Examinations Advice Surgery, with OCR
Using partnerships to enhance the secondary music curriculum, led by Birmingham City University
Check back in October 2018 for the full programme!
Exhibitors: There are currently 6 exhibition stand spaces available. Please contact us for further details.
Thursday 21st March 2019 10am-3.30pm
Forest Arts Centre, Hawbush Road, Leamore, Walsall, WS3 1AG
85 places remaining. Booking closes 21st February 2019.
A special discount is available for teachers from Walsall Schools. Please contact Forest Arts Music Education Hub for details.
Early Bird Discount! Book before 31st December for just £65 (normal price £85)