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Surrey Music Education Conference 2017
Thu 29 June 2017, 09:00 – 16:30 BST
Surrey Music Hub is hosting a one-day conference to celebrate all aspects of music teaching in schools. The event will provide inspiration for teachers to develop outstanding practice in the classroom and beyond.
The day will be made up of:
Practical and interactive workshops
Celebrations of best practice from Surrey schools
Curriculum and examination advice and support
The day is suitable for school music practictioners from all phases and school types. It will also be of great use to school senior leadership with an interest in music education at their establishment.
The event will feature presentations by leading music education professionals. Including:
Out Of The Ark Music: Where can a song take you?
Carolyn Spencer: Kodaly introduction and taking this further in your school
Taiko Meantime: Taiko for schools and clubs
Awards for Young Musicians: Identifying musical potential
ISM: Ebacc & Progress8 vs The Arts: Championing music uptake at your school`
Edexcel: Exam support, surgeries and forums
Arts Award and Artsmark: 'Ask the expert'
EFDSS: Folk Songs for the classroom
Jingle Bugs: Practical music making ideas for the early years
Charanga: Using these online resources, sessions for beginners and advanced users & taking Charanga beyond the classroom
Secondary Assessment Forum: Sharing best practice
Robin Langdon: Composition for the classroom
Ukejam: Beginner and advanced ideas for ukes in your school
Alison Daubnay: Performance Anxiety
Edexcel: Curriculum support
Rebecca Askew: Healthy Vocals!
VIP Studio Live: In use in surrey schools
Sarah Leonard: Vocal Creativity
Plus more workshops and forums to be announced very shortly!
For full info on the event please visit Surrey Music Hub HERE
Please note that due to the nature of this historical venue there is only limited accessiblity for disabled delegates. Please contact Surrey Arts if you have specific access requirements so that we can do our best to make this event as accessible as possible for you.