During lockdown, Ian has been doing much of his teaching on line and is offering to share his experiences. Join him for an informal chat regarding his discoveries and thoughts on how we as teachers can move forward from here. Feel free to share your own learning. Pull up a chair, make a cup of tea or pour a glass of something relaxing. This is a free, online CPD session for all peripatetic teachers in York, offered by the York Music Hub. This session is private and exclusive to teachers from York.
To support our long standing partnership with Charanga across York, fully subsidised by York Music Hub, we are running a number of free training events.
If you would like to host a Charanga session at your school, please do get in touch as we have additional capacity to fit in additional Charanga sessions within this term.
This session offers teachers a supportive music education health check – an opportunity to conduct an in depth scrutiny of your music provision in preparation for an Ofsted ‘Deep Dive’ inspection. The information and guidance covered today has been gathered from many inspections across the country, and will be presented as a series of PowerPoint slides, which will be made available directly after the training. A selection of useful and supportive documents will be on display and thereafter uploaded on the Music Hub website.
Sue Nicholls has published several resource books for non-specialists with Collins and OUP: she has also contributed material to many other publications. She works as an independent music education consultant delivering courses, seminars, workshops and teacher training modules. Sue also leads the ‘fast-track’ Trinity CME programme at Northampton University.