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Singing Resources

Please click on a link to access the Singing Resources. Some of these may be password protected - for password information please contact Nicola Atkins or Gillian Ramshaw. More resources will be added over time so please check back.

Boys Noise

Bullfrog Singing Project

The Collaboratives

De Montfort Hall - Massed Choir - Summer 18

Fostering Voices Choir

School Choir Support Pack

Where the River Flows - Resource

The idea for the Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service SEND Song Album was born out of a conversation lamenting the lack of age and ability appropriate songs that were available for SEND students. All too often, it was found that songs were too complex and too fast with too many words that were often dealing with subject matter that was not relevant or suitable for learners with SEND.

The result of this was that although there is much good practise in SEN/D schools, some students in schools were singing songs more suited to nursery aged children as they were more repetitive, slower and contained easier language. Many staff reported that sourcing appropriate material was challenging and time consuming, and repertoire could be difficult to adapt.

Four schools across Leicester and Leicestershire were invited to take part in a series of composition and song-writing workshops with the composer, Jack Ross, in order to create a collection of songs inspired by the students' own conversations, opinions and thoughts. It was also important that the songs be contemporary, catchy, repetitive, and allow for the incorporation of signing.

We hope that this collection of songs inspires your singers to embrace singing. The resource contains scores, performance and backing tracks and lyrics sheets, and has been carefully thought out to be an adaptable, fun and easy to use resource.

If you already have the password for this resource, please click here to access the Where the River Flows Resource Page.

For more information please contact Sarah.share@leics.gov.uk