Teaching GCSE music for the first time?

Posted: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 15:00

Teaching GCSE music for the first time?

This course will give delegates strategies for planning, delivering and assessing music at GCSE.

It will provide support for teachers on

Developing schemes and resources,

Integrating performing

Composing and listening

Revision techniques.

This course is suitable for teachers who are new to GCSE teaching and also to NQTs and aspiring subject leaders.

The course will be led by Anthony Anderson (Beauchamp College) Anthony is Head of music. Who is also a coach and mentor and was an AST for music supporting schools across the county. Anthony is Chair of the Expert Panel advising the DFE on the music curriculum and is a music consultant for Channel 4 learning and a frequent contributor to music education debate journals.

Date, venue and cost.

Wednesday 22nd January 2014 at 1pm – 4pm

Beauchamp College

Cost £110

To book: Email your request along with your details to:

Divya Haller divya.haller@leics.gov.uk

Cancellation Policy: A full refund will be given if 14 days notice of cancellation is received. If cancellation is less than 14 days, no refund will apply.

Tags: CPD, Development, Leicester, Music Co-ordinators, Teachers, Teaching

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