This series of four events will take place across the academic year of 2020-21. Join Katie Teage and Kent Music as you devise your own Music Curriculum catered to your schools need.
Further your knowledge and deepen your understanding of what it looks like to be musical at primary age. We will focus on the elements of music and how to present them in an engaging and age appropriate way. Generalists and specialists alike will feel confident in their understanding and delivery.
Two of the four sessions will take place online in the Autumn term, with the third session being held later in year online also. The fourth and final session will be a celebration event where we bring all attendees together to share best practice and work together in a live face-to-face event at the end of the year.
To benefit from this event we encourage participants to attend all sessions, and ideally the same member(s) of staff from each school should be in attendance at each session.
Dates for the final two sessions will be announced in due course.
About Katie Teague:
Katie Teage is an Educator, Choir conductor, Composer, Arranger and Soprano with the London Vocal Project. Katie studied a BA in Music at Middlesex university (2005), a Mmus in Composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2008) and a MA in Music Education at the Institute of Education (University College London) (2014). Katie is also a qualified teacher (QTS 2010). Katie’s 15 years experience in primary education and work as an Assistant Headteacher puts her in high demand as an educator. Katie works for schools in London as Primary Music Specialist, a Choral and Musicianship leader for The Voices Foundation and a trainer for Musical Futures.