Christmas Jam is a fun activity suitable for beginner instrumentalists, in small groups or ensembles. There are individual parts for strings, woodwind, brass, guitars, piano and keyboards. It will develop aural, creative and ensemble skills.
This resource for ages 14+ by Angeline Morrison (Guardian folk album of the year 2022) investigates hidden histories of people of African origin, and their relationship to traditional songs that are still sung in Britain today.
This set of videos demonstrates how to teach pupils a new tune without notation. They are suitable for any instrument, level or genre. Activities can be used in individual, small or large groups, including ensembles and whole class.
Aurora Classroom’s digital learning platform for EYFS, KS1 and SEND settings brings high-quality orchestral music directly into the classroom, supported by free CPD for all teachers using the resource.
This engaging, practical resource sets out twelve original projects for making music inclusively with children and young people of all ages who have special abilities or needs, including those with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those on the autism spectrum, those who have a vision or hearing impairment, and those with social, emotional, and mental health needs.
The Alice Sound is a collection of cross-curricular learning resources for young people, schools and teachers, opening up and exploring the sound world of the iconic books by Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.
Free to all state schools, Finish This… is a digital composition programme from the English National Opera, suitable for KS2, KS3 and SEND learners. Bringing a fusion of opera, film and animation into your classroom, as a creative springboard for collaborative composition work.