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Charanga Training: Guidance and Techniques for Music Coordinators logo Bournemouth event
Venue
BLC Room 1, Bournemouth Learning Centre
Venue
Event Leader Michael Armstrong 
Event Contributor
Michael Armstrong  Tutors
Admin Contact Claire White (claire.white@bournemouth.gov.uk
Key Stages
EYFS-settings 
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EYFS-schools 
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KS1 
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KS2 
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KS3 
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KS4 
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14-19 
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Outcomes for Children and Young People
All children and young people feel they are cared for and that they are safe and secure
All children and young people are healthy, happy and free from poverty
All children and young people, including the most vulnerable, receive a good education that allows them to fulfil their potential and achieve their ambitions
All young people are well prepared for adulthood and the world of work, making a positive contribution as active citizens
Management and administration
Target Audience
All School Staff / KS1 - Phase Leaders / KS1 Teachers / KS2 - Phase Leaders / KS2 Teachers / Lead Teachers / Schools - Deputy / Assistant Headteachers / Schools - Headteachers / Schools - Teachers / Y1 Teachers / Y2 Teachers / Y3 Teachers / Y4 Teachers / Y5 Teachers / Y6 Teachers Target audience
Event Types Training course
Event Description Music Coordinators and all teaching staff at KS1 and 2 are invited to join this hands-on session designed for the non-music specialist, and Music Leaders who are using Charanga.
What can you expect?
In this practical session we will explore the award-winning Musical School programme successfully used today by 6,500 schools across England.
The comprehensive Scheme of Work, aimed at less confident class teachers or those new to Charanga, provides everything teachers need to teach musical lessons with singing, composing and performing. The Scheme comes complete with planning and progression documents, differentiated instrumental parts, a musical glossary and a wealth of guidance giving background and contextual information, all in line with the National Curriculum for Music.
The Freestyle section contains themed resources, instrumental courses, listening bank, collaborative materials and a musical toolkit and is ideal for more experienced teachers and cross curricular learning.
Additionally teachers can create their own lessons from the vast library and share these with colleagues and pupils via Music World, their safe online space.
What next?
Places are limited to 20 and are on a first come, first served basis and will in the first instance be limited to 2 places per school. 
Event Outcomes By the end of this session you will have:
• Learned a range of practical music making techniques utilising Charanga
• Gained a better understanding of how Charanga can be used to teach the KS1 and 2 National curricula for music
• An improved confidence in how to integrate Charanga across topics
 
Event Subject/Aspect Area Music 
Bournemouth Cost £ 25 
Costs for all others £ 25 
Supply costs paid  
Start date Monday 5 March 2018 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 16:00 - 18:00 
Closing date Thursday 15 February 2018
Maximum places 20 
Minimum places 10 
Programme Area Schools 
No of sessions 1