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A guide to curriculum, pedagogy and assessment in Music across the primary school

  • 14th June 2017 - 14th June 2017
  • 9:30am - 3:00pm
  • NSPCC The National Training Centre, Leicester

Course Leader: Dr Alison Daubney, Teacher trainer and international music education consultant and supported by the ISM Trust

This workshop focuses on the integral relationship between curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and progression. It seeks to offer advice, guidance and support in practical ways to teachers who would like to gain confidence and ideas in relation to music education in their own setting. It will consider the requirements of the National Curriculum and how this translates into the primary classroom and the relationship between different aspects of a child’s musical life. It will offer a framework for curriculum planning, progression and assessment, as well as exploring practical ways in which these can be meaningfully integrated into excellent teaching and learning.

This course is suitable for class teachers, NQTs, TAs and music co-ordinators who will be training other staff.

 

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COST:  £120

Early Bird offer: £100 if booked by Monday 8th May 2017

To book: email your request along with your details to: LSMSTraining@leics.gov.uk

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