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Tom Coleman

How to create opportunities for all primary pupils to access the music curriculum through the use of Music Technology

Suitable for Key Stages 1 & 2

In this workshop we will investigate how to create opportunities for all pupils to access the music curriculum using music technology. This workshop will look in detail at Garageband and how it can be used within schools to help support those pupils who are not confident at playing tuned instruments. You will learn how to create pieces of music, replicate popular songs, combine pre-recorded melodies with your own compositions and also gain practical examples of how to use Garageband in your own schools.

Tom Coleman is a Deputy Head Teacher and SLE at Elizabeth Woodville Primary School. Having taught in a primary school settings for over 10 years, Tom has built up a great deal of experience teaching music to a wide range of pupils.

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