Teaching ideas for World Peace Day
Teaching ideas for World Peace Day

A guide for singing together from One Day One Choir

Supply teacher tips: Getting the class singing their own song
Supply teacher tips: Getting the class singing their own song

Why not add some stimulating and creative activities to your repertoire when you're on supply? Pamela McGahon shares some suggestions...

Sing it to know it
Sing it to know it

Learning the language of music through singing

Protest songs: singing for change
Protest songs: singing for change

Motivate children to think about positive action with this practical lesson idea from Kate Wakeling

Oodles of doodles with Liz Pichon's storytelling masterclass
Oodles of doodles with Liz Pichon's storytelling masterclass

As World Book Day approaches (March 1) Sing Up editor, Joanna Jones, asked award-winning author and illustrator of the Tom Gates books Liz Pichon to spill the beans on songwriting, storytelling and doodling

Liz Pichon's top tips for storytelling
Liz Pichon's top tips for storytelling

Inspire your class with these neat ideas from the Tom Gates book series author – and Tom Gates himself

How to write a rap
How to write a rap

Lyricist Fred Phethean gives you his top tips on writing raps!

High score!
High score!

Find out how computer games can take children’s musical engagement to the next level…

Different families, same love
Different families, same love

Guidance on how teachers can best approach issues surrounding children with same-sex parents and tackle homo/bi/transphobia in the school environment

Cracking the code
Cracking the code

What really is the relationship between those strange dots and lines and the aural, physical experience of music? And why does notation strike terror into the hearts of so many teachers?

The elephant in the room - getting your students to sing
The elephant in the room - getting your students to sing

Sing Up’s Head of Learning, Shelly Ambury, asked a bunch of singing diehards who work with primary and secondary schools how it’s done

Spread the word
Spread the word

Setting up a staff choir is a great way to encourage singing at your school