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Kim Waldock

A Pathway to outstanding music learning through the arts - Led by Kim Waldock

Suitable for Key Stages 1 - 3

Looking for more ideas for your music classroom? The workshop will demonstrate for primary generalist and music teachers a number of different ways you could approach music activity in the classroom. As it is a learning by doing activity, teachers will need to be prepared to move, sing and play (as a class would be expected to) and they will be provided with the resources we use so that they can replicate the lessons back in the classroom and apply the principle to other pieces of music. It will be fun and a challenge regardless of past experience!

Kim Waldock spent twenty years as a KS1&2 classroom music specialist. In 2009, she joined the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as Director of Learning and Engagement, expanding the program with digital and CPD initiatives. She also wrote the music content of the National Australian Curriculum in the Arts, now being implemented in all Australian Schools, and chaired the Education Advocacy Board of the Music Council of Australia. In June 2015, she was appointed General Manager of the Royal Opera House's Learning and Participation team. She now Heads the ROH's National Programmes and is delivering teacher training courses around the UK.

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