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Anti-Racist Practice in Early Years Music

  • Thursday 9 May 2024
  • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Online (Zoom)

This online training session with Dr Shaddai Tembo offers a primer on anti-racist practice in the early years. It will offer consistency of understanding of key terms, look at how children develop their racial identities in play and reflect on sustainable scales of change.

Dr Shaddai Tembo (he/him):
Dr Shaddai Tembo is a lecturer in early childhood studies at Bath Spa University (UK and China), an associate lecturer at the Open University and an independent speaker, trainer, and consultant through Critical Early Years. Shaddai is a trustee for the Fatherhood Institute and part of the steering group for the MITEY campaign.

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Ticket prices:

  • £25 individuals/freelancers
  • £40 – orgs with a turnover of less than £100k
  • £50 – orgs with a turnover of more than £100k
  • Free to young people aged 16-25, students and unwaged

We want to ensure our training events are fully accessible and that cost is not a barrier. We therefore have a limited number of bursary places available to those who are unable to pay (subject to availability). Please email emily@sound-connections.org.uk to discuss the options.

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Our mission is to ensure that all children and young people can experience music and creative opportunities that are relevant to them and responsive to their needs in a changing world.

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