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Discover music events across the UK to inspire and educate

Creating Musical Space: Origins, Culture and Childhoods

  • 20th June 2017 - 24th June 2017
  • University of Cambridge
  • Sector Events

The focus of MERYC2017 Conference is interdisciplinary discussion and dissemination of new, unpublished research relating to the field of music and early childhood (0-8 years), in education (school and extracurricular contexts), and everyday life both in theoretical or conceptual research as well as reports on and innovative approaches to practice.

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Confident Composing at Secondary – Birmingham

  • 26th June 2017 - 26th June 2017
  • 10am - 4pm
  • mac birmingham
  • Member Events

Based on the latest research into Composing in Education, the course will give delegates the skills and understanding to overcome common composing problems in the classroom.

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Confident Composing at Secondary – Leeds

  • 27th June 2017 - 27th June 2017
  • 10am - 4pm
  • Leeds College of Music
  • Member Events

Based on the latest research into Composing in Education, the course will give delegates the skills and understanding to overcome common composing problems in the classroom.

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Engaging Students on the Autistic Spectrum

  • 28th June 2017 - 28th June 2017
  • 10:30am - 4:30pm
  • Musicians' Union HQ
  • Sector Events

This interactive musical day informs those working, or wishing to work, with young people on the autistic spectrum. You will learn a variety of methods you can utilise as a musician to engage and communicate with young people on the spectrum.

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Confident Composing at Secondary – Manchester

  • 28th June 2017 - 28th June 2017
  • 10am - 4pm
  • Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
  • Member Events

Based on the latest research into Composing in Education, the course will give delegates the skills and understanding to overcome common composing problems in the classroom.

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Teaching Rock and Pop Conference

Run in conjunction with Trinity College London, this course is designed for instrumental, vocal and classroom teachers working with secondaryaged students.

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Influencing

We work to positively influence thinking, policy & practice.

Thinking

Music Mark works to influence thinking by sharing ideas and undertaking research

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Policy

Music Mark works to shape and share the decisions that need to be made by policy makers

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Practice

Music Mark recognises the need for music educators to source and share ideas with each other

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Supporting

We facilitate CPD, build communities & share best practice.

Connecting

We connect our members to the wider music education sector.

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