Online Training

Online Training

Check out our free Spring and Summer Term 2022 training dates

To help teachers make the most of Sing Up, we have a programme of free online training sessions for teachers and Hub staff.

Click the link on the date you are interested in to register for the Teams Webinar.


Music Curriculum with Sing Up

3:45-5pm

EYFS & KS1
Thursday 5th May
Suitable for EYFS & KS1 teachers (Members and non-Members) and Hub staff.
A comprehensive introduction to Sing Up Music, the complete music curriculum scheme, and how to get the most out of it. Our EYFS resources have been written in collaboration with London Rhymes in line with The Statutory Framework for EYFS (2021) and Music Development Matters. KS1 resources fulfil the requirements of the National Curriculum for Music and Model Music Curriculum. There are two dates to choose from.

KS2 
Monday 13th June
Suitable for KS2 teachers (Members and non-Members) and Hub staff.
A comprehensive introduction to Sing Up Music, the complete music curriculum scheme including ukulele resources, and how to get the most out of it. In line with the National Curriculum and Model Music Curriculum. There are two dates to choose from.

KS3 & KS4
Thursday 7th July
Suitable for Secondary teachers (Members and non-Members) and Hub staff.
A tour through the Sing Up resources for teaching KS3 & KS4, including Music Projects, songs and warm ups, the Developing Musicianship Toolkit and ukulele schemes of work. There are two dates to choose from.
 


Getting back to singing

3:45-5pm

Singing with KS3 & KS4
Monday 9th May
Simple games, exercises and songs to improve singing, feel good and prepare for performances.

Singing with KS1
Tuesday 17th May
Simple games, exercises and songs to improve singing, feel good and prepare for performances.

Singing with EYFS
Wednesday 25th May
Simple games, exercises and songs to have fun with under 5s.

Singing with KS2
Thursday 16th June (Please note that the date of this session has changed)
Simple games, exercises and songs to improve singing, feel good and prepare for performances.

These sessions will use content and resources appropriate for the age group concerned, though there may be some overlap.
 


 

Meet the presenters

Charlotte Law
Charlotte Law
… has worked for Sing Up since 2014 as Learning Executive and also sits on the board as a trustee of the Sing Up Foundation. She has a wide range of experience as a workshop facilitator, freelance arts animateur and trainer. In her time as a qualified primary school teacher and music coordinator, Charlotte worked in EYFS through to KS2. Click to see Charlotte teaching the song, 'Baby beluga'.
Sharon Durant
Sharon Durant
... is a musician, composer, choir leader and ex-science teacher. She has facilitated music making with all ages from EYFS to adults with dementia and worked for a variety of organisations like Musical Futures, Music in Hospitals and Care, British Council World Voice Project, Sage Gateshead Learning and Participation, Voice Project and Royal Opera House Create and Sing. Click to see Sharon teaching the song, 'In Flanders Fields'.
Shelly Ambury
Shelly Ambury
… is Sing Up’s Head of Learning and leads Sing Up’s content strategy and resource development. Shelly has 30+ years experience in music and music education - as a singer, choir leader, teacher, trainer, content creator and presenter. As an educator she has taught Music and Music Technology to A Level and has a passionate interest in teaching approaches. She is an advocate of free music education for all. Click to see Shelly teach the song, 'Mama don't allow'.
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