Sing Up’s Head of Learning Shelly Ambury considers how, with singing, we can be internationally minded
We look at the International Primary Curriculum, and how Sing Up complements a topic focussed approach
Connect with your international colleagues and hear how they use Sing Up to complement the topic focussed approach of the International Primary Curriculum
We recently visited several Members and spoke to the teachers and children to find out what impact singing has had on their schools.
Dave is Head of the busy Music Department at St Michael’s Catholic College, Southwark
Our Learning Executive, Charlotte Law, visited two First Schools in the North East to see how even the youngest singers took part in Sing Up Day
On Sing Up Day our team visited one of the original Sing Up schools to find out why singing had endured in their curriculum
Amy Armstrong from the Sing Up team visited a local school to celebrate Sing Up Day and find out how singing fits into their bigger picture
Sing Up have given the issue a focus on the role of singing in education and wellbeing.
After seeing their aspirational school displays, we were eager to find out what this UK primary school have planned for 14 March
Sing Up named as winner at The Music Teacher Awards for Excellence for its undeniable and transformative impact on music in schools.
Sing Up's CEO, Michelle James, reviews what we learned in our tenth birthday year, the important work to be done in music education, and why Sing Up Day 2018 is the most important one yet