Singing is soul food
Singing is soul food

Nervous about teaching children to sing if you think you are tone deaf? Then let vocal coaches to the stars, Carrie and David Grant, give you a lesson in how to hold a tune

Singing helps me learn
Singing helps me learn

One teacher's thought-provoking classroom research project into how singing promotes learning – and how you can do it too

Sing along at school
Sing along at school

Sally Merson, Music Coordinator from Platinum Award School Wheatfields Primary, shares her top tips for weaving singing into the fabric of the school day

Revision and singing – an experiment
Revision and singing – an experiment

Joe Waddle, Year 6 class teacher at Western Community Primary, describes his innovative approach to Science SATs revision, by adapting favourite songs

Inclusive singing
Inclusive singing

In an extract from The Singing School Handbook, Sing Up's Chief Executive explores how to provide a more inclusive environment for singing together

How to become a singing school
How to become a singing school

Sing Up’s chief executive Michelle James offers practical advice and experience through an extract from 'The Singing School Handbook'

How to be recording stars
How to be recording stars

Recording your school singing can seem a daunting task but there is no need to panic! We spoke to three experts who help produce some of our wonderful Song Bank songs to help you get started

Giving your voice a voice
Giving your voice a voice

Baz Chapman, General Manager of the National Teachers’ Choir, explores ways to increase your vocal confidence and that of your colleagues

Building Creative Spaces
Building Creative Spaces

Tom Waltham, Excellence and Enjoyment Leader at Platinum school, Overthorpe C of E, tells us how you too can create special singing spaces in your school

Back to basics!
Back to basics!

A handy checklist to help you achieve great quality singing in your school

Mental wealth: what's in your bank account?
Mental wealth: what's in your bank account?

We do not need to give emotionally vulnerable children something different from children with good mental health; we need to give them much, much more of the same

Making mindful moments
Making mindful moments

Helping your pupils develop mindfulness could benefit their awareness, concentration, focus and ultimately their wellbeing