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Join Rebecca Beavis Arts Director and Music specialist from Bourne Westfield Primary Academy ( shortlisted for Music Department of the Year 2021: Music and Drama Education Awards) for this practical session which unlocks the new curriculum with practical ideas for planning  and lesson delivery, using music to build and sequence knowledge across a range of subjects.

The session is for all Primary Practitioners whether you are a Head teacher/SLT/Curriculum lead looking for a way to embed music into a broad and enriching school curriculum or a classroom teacher with a passion for building cultural capital in a fun and engaging way.

This training is for everyone: Specialists and Non-specialists.

The MMC is part of the Government’s commitment to ensure having the opportunity to study and explore music is not a privilege; it is a vital part of a broad and ambitious curriculum. It sets out a detailed and progressive formula to ensure that through working with their Music Education Hubs, schools can provide a quality music education for their pupils, ensuring that every child develops a life-long love of music and musical performance.

The curriculum provides a roadmap to introduce pupils to the delights and disciplines of music, and sets out a clearly sequenced and ambitious approach to music teaching,  helping them to appreciate and understand the works of the musical giants of the past, while also equipping them with the technical skills and creativity to compose and perform.

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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