CANCELLED - Bringing Books to Life with Music - Led by Sue Nichols & Hilary Miles
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2017, 13:00 - 16:00
Venue: NSPCC, 3 Gilmour Cl, Leicester LE4 1EZ
Unfortunately we have had to cancel this event but are hoping to be able to re-schedule it at some point in the future.
This half-day course brings together music and story-telling in a completely new approach, providing a wealth of material to enhance and enrich Literacy lessons across the primary curriculum. Participants will be introduced to brand new songs (all recorded), plus listening, improvising and composing activities and every activity is threaded through with technology. The focused texts for KS1 and 2 feature popular books from renowned children's authors such as Eileen Browne, Arnold Lobel, Michael Morpurgo J.K. Rowling, Lewis Carroll and Shakespeare. 'Bringing books to life with music' has been designed for the non-specialist teachers but both English and music subject leaders will find the material very useful to share with generalist colleagues.
This course is suitable for class teachers, NQTs, TAs and music co-ordinators who will be training other staff.
Course Leaders: Sue Nicholls and Hilary Miles
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.
Hilary Miles was a Music AST in Northamptonshire for 11 years, and now works as a freelance Music Education Consultant. She has mentored teachers; led whole school productions; whole school Arts Weeks and Music Days; whole school staff meetings. She has written many resources for primary music teachers, including 'Connected to Music' a resource based on work with the RPO and Sinfonia Viva. Hilary's work involves Initial Teacher Training at the University of Northampton where she has written the modules for use of ICT in the primary music classroom. Recent work has included writing 'uses in class' for a new BBC video web-site and work on the BBC 10 pieces.