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Trinity Rock & Pop Exams
Toby Davies, Trinity National Development Manager for Rock and Pop
Toby introduces the Trinity Rock and Pop exams which are launching in Cumbria in 2021
Trinity Classical & Jazz Exams
Peter Buckby, Trinity Subject Expert Classical & Jazz
Find out about the Trinity Classical & Jazz exams – both Digital and Face-to-face in Cumbria
Model Music Curriculum KS1 & 2 (Primary)
Dr Elizabeth Stafford, Music Education Solutions®
An independent analysis of the new non-statutory ‘Model Music Curriculum’ exploring the content of the curriculum, and how this relates to current best practice pedagogy and research on musical development, as well as how the curriculum compares to the most common schemes and resources that schools already buy into. In this primary focused webinar Dr Liz Stafford will help primary music subject leaders and head teachers to decide whether this model curriculum is something that they might wish to adopt in their own school.
Tuesday 21 September 3.30-4.30
Model Music Curriculum KS3 (Secondary)
Alison Richardson, Trinity School
A discussion on implications for Secondary education
Singing Tips for Teachers
Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Sarah Gray, Jilly Jarman and Asha Nicholson
Join the BlueJam Team for an enjoyable sing and sharing of ideas about delivering singing in schools.
First Thing Music Research findings. How a Kodaly Approach can engage and empower children and teachers.
Practical and attainable Music Training for non-specialist teachers Foundation and Key stage 1. Although this is for the early years in primary school this is of value to all teachers. How a Kodaly Approach can engage and empower children and teachers.