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Music Learning Revolution is a new one-day festival of practice for teachers and leaders to share, develop and inspire innovative ways of engaging all young people in music learning. Designed for secondary music teachers, primary teachers (specialist and non-specialist), school and sector leaders, Music Learning Revolution will take you on an experiential journey of sound, vision and practical classroom ideas.

£150.00 (no VAT on this item) General Admission
£100.00 (no VAT on this item) Two tickets for £200 for you and your headteacher to attend.
£110.00 (no VAT on this item) Group Bookings: £110 per ticket (minimum of three tickets per group)
(Duration: 1 day)

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The Music Learning Revolution will cover a wide range of material and activities, including:

Open Space sessions by teachers for teachers on a range of classroom issues / non-specialist primary teachers as music leaders / folk jam sessions / whole-class workshopping / closing gaps in and out of school / multi-arts and creativity / teacher as vocalist / power of international collaborations / embedding technology / making classrooms fully inclusive / teacher as technologist, and more. All workshops delivered by classroom teachers.

Guest hosts from our partner organisation, Musical Futures Australia will be leading and supporting sessions throughout the day.

At the heart of the event will be a lively debating arena featuring a series of provocative debates on issues that affect music educators notably: How ‘trained’ should teachers be to teach music?  Can students learn sufficient musical skills and knowledge through classroom music alone? Whose responsibility is transition? Do we foster and promote a culture of innovation in music education in the UK and overseas? Confirmed speakers so far include: Katherine Zeserson (INSPIRE Music) | Robin Hammerton (Ofsted HMI) | Valerie Hannon (Innovation Unit) | Chris Philpott (University of Greenwich) | Peter Moser (More Music Morecambe) | Emily Segal (Harrogate Grammar School) | David Price (Musical Futures) | Martin Fautley (Birmingham City University) | Ken Owen (Musical Futures Australia) | Jackie Schneider (St Teresa’s Primary School).


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