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|Venue||Central Baptist Church, Lower Hall, Victoria Road South, Chelmsford CM1 1LN|
A one-day course for teachers who have recently become Music subject leaders, or, for those who would like some refreshed thinking on how to deliver music in primary schools.
Find new approaches to planning, assessing and managing resources to enable and improve the music provision in your school.
Essex Music Education Hub has again partnered with Music Education Consultant Sue Nicholls for the delivery of this unique course to explore and improve the role of Music Coordinators in Primary Schools. Sue will be sharing the delivery with Sarah Goldsmith, our Schools Music Curriculum Support Officer for Essex Music Services who will also be able to outline ways in which the service can support your own schools needs.
*Course is subsidised from £140 to £40 by Essex Music Services. This course is available at £40 for staff who work in DFE funded schools in Essex. Staff from Independent schools or located outside Essex will be charged £140.
£40 will be invoiced to your school before the event.
Lunch will be provided – please advise any DIETARY requirements or allergens when booking your place.
COURSE LEADERS – Sue Nicholls and Sarah Goldsmith
Sue Nicholls worked as a music subject leader and AST in many primary settings during her career as a teacher. She has published several music resource books for non-specialists for A & C Black and OUP and contributed material to many other publications. Sue now works as an independent music education consultant leading workshops and courses for schools and music hubs: she delivers PGCE music modules for teacher training at Leicester University and leads the ‘fast-track’ Trinity CME programme at the University of Northampton
Sarah Goldsmith works as a Assistant Headteacher in an Essex Primary school, is an Advanced Skills Teachers specialising in music, and has coordinated projects bringing together Arts organisations and schools for over 10 years. With a special interest in creative education, she is now actively involved in Music Education as Schools Music Curriculum Support Officer for Essex Music Services.