How can we support families in challenging circumstances to access music making opportunities?
How can music making support areas of child development?
What are the challenges in engaging families who are hard to reach?
Led by practitioners from the highly respected and longstanding Loud and Clear Project, this training course will explore these important questions and potential barriers to participation. During these sessions we will look at a range of music making activities and pedgogies, the importance of partnership work, strategies for family engagement, developing reflective practice skills and the learning framework for artist pedagogues.
Who's it for:
This course is aimed at workshop leaders, musicians, artists, local authority early years advisors and representatives of arts organisations working in a range of early years settings
What does it include:
- Repertoire sharing: warm-ups, games, trust and group building through music, use of call and response, action songs. Links to the EYFS framework.
- Case Study: history and overview of the Loud and Clear project, training and advocacy within your project, consistency of approach, legacy building, evaluation processes and embedding the Learning Framework of Artist Pedagogues.
- Family Engagement: recruitment of participants, importance of partnership work, fostering and adoption - the differences, peer support within sessions and project management.
- Feedback and Review: reflect on session together, things learned and points for improvement.
How much does it cost:
The course costs £90. The day includes lunch, refreshments, resource pack and a certificate of attendance for each delegate.