LSMS Music Educator's Conference 2020 - #LSMSCONF


The LSMS Music Educators' Conference 2020 will take place on Friday 31st January 2020 (9.00am - 4.00pm) at Beaumanor Hall, Beaumanor Dr, Woodhouse, Loughborough LE12 8TX.

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The LSMS Music Educators Conference 2020 is nearly upon us and we are excited to announce we have national experts delivering workshops to inspire and support music education in Leicester-Shire and beyond. The overarching theme for this year is supporting schools in meeting the new Ofsted framework.

The conference will be within the beautiful surroundings of Beaumanor Hall. There will be practical and pedagogical workshops to support you in leading music within your school, listen to live music, opportunities to network and share good practice with colleagues and hear from the Key Note speaker, Faz Shah, the beatboxing violinist.

Practical Gamelan – Baby People
A chance to explore the tradition of Gamelan though practical activities and experience. Learn the traditional Malay tune Timang Barung and have a go at singing In Malay too. Participants will be given tips on how to translate the activities into the classroom.

Music Subject Leadership
A question that is being asked frequently is "What do I need to know about subject Leadership under the new framework?" After a presentation led by a Headteacher there will be time for questions and answers in this workshop that will answer many of your questions in a supportive way.

Early Years – Nicola Burke
Nicola Burke has developed Musical Development Matters in the Early Years, a document with the overall purpose of supporting practitioners, teachers, musicians and parents to see the musical attributes of young children and to offer ideas as to how they can support and nurture children's musical development by offering broad musical experiences. Nicola will share these documents and share a range of ways that the documents can support you in music education.

Practical Turntables – Brad Smith
Have you always wanted to be a DJ? Turn your musical skills to turntablism and have a lesson with Brad Smith, as featured in Music Teacher magazine.

KS3 Beatboxing Unit of Work – Shay Sharma & Nicki Atkins
Your KS3 pupils will thank you for attending thebeatboxing. Bring out your inner beatboxing skills and have fun while making music with colleagues. You will leave the session with a Unit of Work to deliver back at school.

KS3 Music Curriculum workshop – Anthony Anderson
A mixture of presentation, discussion and activities around music curriculum

Cultural Capital
A selection of case studies, sharing good practice of Cultural Capital, led by Headteachers and Music Coordinators from Inglehurst Junior School, Greenfield Primary School and Forest Lodge Primary School

Primary Music Curriculum – Lynne Heath
Are you looking for a creative curriculum for non-specialist teachers to be able to teach high quality music lessons. Take away a free Unit of Work from the LSMS Primary Music Scheme of Work.

These are a few of the highlights of attending the Music Educators' Conference 2020.


Partners

  • Arts
    Music Service
    Music And Culture
    LCC
    LCC 2
  • Viva
    Philharmonia
    Darbar
  • Soft Touch Arts
    Bullfrog
    Awards for Young Musicians
    Orchestras Live
    Pedestrian
  • SoundLincs
    Transformance Music
    Spark Childrens Festival
    Leicester City Football Club Community Trust
    National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
  • The Mighty Creatives
    MEHEM
    Leicester Cathedral
    Leicester International Music Festival

Partners

  • Arts
  • Music Service
  • Music And Culture
  • LCC
  • LCC 2
  • Viva
  • Philharmonia
  • Darbar
  • Soft Touch Arts
  • Bullfrog
  • Awards for Young Musicians
  • Orchestras Live
  • Pedestrian
  • SoundLincs
  • Transformance Music
  • Spark Childrens Festival
  • Leicester City Football Club Community Trust
  • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain