Sing Up has changed. If you'd like to keep accessing our range of ground-breaking and unique resources, training and personalised support, come join us as a Sing Up Member.
If you'd like to speak to a member of our team about Membership, please either request a call back on our contact form or give us a call on 020 7908 5148.
Sing Up transforms school life, improves learning and builds stronger communities.
"Sing Up has helped our children with their learning across all subjects, developing their concentration and memory retention, and creating a real sense of belonging. It’s brought a feel-great factor to our school."
– Chao Cox, Music Co-ordinator, Grimsdell Mill Hill Pre-Preparatory School
"I really don’t see how any primary school teacher gets by without using Sing Up. It brings the power of song to everyone regardless of ability and transforms the classroom environment."
- Jackie Schneider, Music Teacher at Poplar Primary and St Teresa’s Primary Schools
Sing Up is great value, starting at just £135*, your school can have:
- up to 75 Song Bank download credits**. One credit unlocks not just the song but a bundle of resources including backing and echo tracks, sheet music and curriculum-linked teaching tools. Download credits are yours to use on any Sing Up song, and allow you to take songs offline
- unlimited online playback of the Sing Up Song Bank: 500+ songs, warm-ups and teaching resources for use across the curriculum and for a wide range of key stages
- curriculum-linked lesson and activity plans, plus expert advice
- the termly Sing Up magazine which is jam-packed with teaching tips and lesson plans and comes with a free CD giving you 10 new songs per term.
- a new Singing Schools Framework to help schools get the full benefits of singing and improve quality
Top of the class
You’ve all noticed how easy it is to learn things when you sing them. Sing Up has over 500 curriculum-tagged songs in the Song Bank, as well as the associated resources to make teaching them stress-free. Sing Up’s experts select and tailor songs and supporting resources to a primary school’s needs. We make sure that all songs are in the best key for young voices, that the arrangements aren’t too difficult or too high or low in pitch, we also create all the curriculum and activity links that teachers need in order to build singing into every aspect of the school day.
“Learning songs and rhymes has had a big impact on the youngest children and early acquisition of language. It has helped their phonics and listening skills.”
– Teacher, Samuel Lucas JMI School
Spread a little singing…
It’s not just the children who flourish in Sing Up schools. Sing Up has trained over 50,000 teachers since its launch, and they’ve told us how fantastic Sing Up training has been in helping them to develop their confidence in using singing as a teaching tool.
“A year ago, if somebody would have asked me to sing with my class I probably would have resorted to nursery rhymes. Now I can fill a day with singing games, chants, beatboxing and songs about pretty much any subject going!”
– Stephen Caldwell, Teacher, Cuddington Primary School
Everyone is drawn to singing schools, which can act as robust musical hubs for the wider community, with parents, grandparents, clubs and church-goers all doing their bit in making it tuneful. Our new Singing Schools Framework will help put singing at the heart of school life.
“At Livingstone Lower School the OFSTED Inspector was brought to tears by a fantastic singing performance! This is a multicultural and faith school that has been using singing across the curriculum as a device to cut across language and cultural barriers and bring everyone together.”
– Sing Up Bedfordshire
The physical benefits of singing are well documented, too. Professor Graham Welch from the Institute of Education says, “Singing is an aerobic activity which improves the efficiency of the body’s cardiovascular system. It oxygenates the blood, improves overall alertness (which is why it’s a great way to re-engage a class as they begin to flag after lunch!), and it’s even known to improve airflow in the upper respiratory tract lessening opportunities for bacteria to flourish.”
This coupled with the fact many doctors believe singing is an immune system booster, makes singing a cheap way to feel better, be it physically or psychologically.
A comprehensive singing solution
From our wealth of experience, supported by five years’ of research, Government feedback, the National Music Plan and the most recent Ofsted Report on Music Education, we know that Sing Up's unique synergy of songs, resources and training is the key to successful singing in schools. With such wide-ranging benefits for pupils and staff, talk to your Headteacher about Sing Up. If the benefits reach beyond the music room, shouldn't the budget too?
Let’s keep the whole place singing!
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