Norfolk Music Hub is delighted to offer live weekly lessons streamed into schools!

When: Monday to Friday
Time: 2pm-2.40pm
When does this start?: Week commencing Monday 22nd February 2021

These are for Hub subscriber schools across Norfolk to access and funded by Norfolk Music Hub.

Please note you can no longer sign up for these sessions as we have reached capacity.

Monday: Samba Beats

Using body percussion/ home-made instruments and drum stick pens to learn the rhythms and origins of samba music.

Suitable for: lower key stage 2

Tuesday: History of Music

Join one of our Norfolk Music Service teachers to explore the history of music and its great composers.

Suitable for: years 4, 5 and 6

Wednesday: Beats and Rhymes

These sessions will explore, rhythm, pulse and pitch (please note singing is included in these sessions).

Suitable for: Reception and key stage 1

Thursday: Theory of Music

Led by a member of Norfolk Music Service these weekly sessions teach the students the rudiments of theory and how to read notation. A white board and pen or pen and paper will be required for each session.

Suitable for: Upper key stage 2

Friday: Instruments of the Orchestra

Each week you will meet a new instrument, find out about its family in the orchestra and listen to inspiring music focused on this instrument.

Suitable for: years 2 and 3

These sessions will be delivered via Norfolk Music Hub’s Zoom account and all will be led by Norfolk Music Service tutors.

Please note that these sessions are not for home learners and the link must not be shared with any students learning out of the school setting. For safeguarding reasons we will require that the teacher/TA supervising the class logs in with the camera on but can then turn it off once registered if preferred. There will be the opportunity for interaction and to ask questions but this will only take place with schools who have their camera on. These sessions will not be recorded.

Places will be strictly limited to 12 schools per session (to enable interaction with the teacher and classroom setting), so early sign up is essential to guarantee a place.

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Please note you can no longer sign up for these sessions as we have reached capacity.

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