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This event finished on 09 June 2022

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This three-session course is suitable for specialists and non-specialists alike and aims to build your knowledge and confidence in successfully leading music in your school and developing yourself as a practitioner and leader.

The input is split over 3 sessions to give you time to reflect on the workshops and think about how you could embed some of the ideas into your own setting, and your ambitions aims and values as a music lead.  Anyone signing up for this workshop should be prepared to attend all three sessions.

The workshops will cover

  • Identifying the challenges
  • Setting goals
  • Evaluating progress and monitoring
  • Resources
  • Creating a culture of high expectations
  • Developing the curriculum
  • Ensuring high teaching standards that lead to good results whilst managing others
  • How can music have a positive whole school impact

There will be an opportunity to share ideas and to ask questions within a supportive environment.

Please note, you must attend all three sessions.

Led by Rebecca Beavis

Rebecca is currently Arts Director at Bourne Westfield Primary Academy in Lincolnshire, she has been responsible for rewriting and implementing a revised Arts Curriculum which builds learning across the curriculum.  She teaches whole school music and leads an Arts Team who are responsible for the implementation and monitoring of progress across all of the Arts.

Rebecca has led choirs and musical groups to success at National competitions with children representing the very best of Lincolnshire music at the ‘Lincolnshire Proms’. Her department was shortlisted for ‘Best school music department’ as part of the Music and Drama Education Awards 2021.  She runs an extensive range of musical opportunities in school, including a staff choir, samba band, recorder groups, rock bands a toddler music group.  She also manages a large team of peripatetic teachers.

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