Making music with pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities is a specialist skill, requiring practitioners to radically rethink their approaches to communication, lesson design and evaluation.
This webinar introduces practitioners to the Musical Play Framework: a new, evidence-based approach to teacher/pupil interaction that offers meaningful musical opportunities for pupils with PMLD. Rosie Rushton will introduce the framework, sharing practical activities as well as research evidence that demonstrates its impact.
The Framework has had a significant impact in special education schools in the East Midlands and we are excited to share it with colleagues across the country. The webinar is suitable for practitioners who work with or want to work with pupils with PMLD, and all those developing provision for this cohort.
New Directions in Inclusive Music series
This session is part of our New Directions in Inclusive Music series with MEHEM Uprising!, forming part of our Talk Into Action offer. Check out the full series below:
31st January: Inclusive Instrumental Teaching & Accessible Ensembles
28th February: Accessible Instruments & Music Hubs: Finding the ‘on’ switch
20th March: Inclusion Leads & Music Development Plans: Specialist approaches for specialist settings
24th April: Musical Playfulness for Pupils with PMLD
This event is free for Music Mark Members. Non-Members will be charged £20+vat for access to all 4 sessions in the series.
- Technology: Zoom
- Captioning: AI-Generated
- Breakout rooms: TBC
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