Wanting ideas on how to use technology in your primary curriculum? Phill Heeley from Inclusive Music joins us to provide ideas!
Engaging with and using music technology in primary school music curriculum can be a daunting task. Knowing what software to use, what resources to look at and getting to grips with them yourself is time consuming. We believe that music technology can play a vital role in the development of a broad and balanced curriculum and offers pupils with the opportunity to explore a vast range of transferable skills necessary to continue learning about music from primary school beyond.
In this session will discuss the benefits of using technology when studying music at primary level. We will explore ways to use music technology within the primary school curriculum including composition and recording techniques. Teachers will come away with ideas for resources and equipment that would benefit the study of music and technology at primary key stages.
This session is suitable for primary music leads, headteachers and SLT as well as teachers of music in primary schools.
About Phil Heeley and Inclusive Music
Phil is founder of Inclusive Music, he believes in the incredible power of music and through this, the potential for self-expression, growth and fulfillment. He has endeavored to enable access to these essential human needs throughout his 30 year career and has witnessed the healing and joy it brings. He has chosen Music Technology as the medium for his work as it captures the imagination of children and adults and allows them to participate in the wonder and awe of making and performing music, no matter what the ability or disability. His mantra: Access For All.
Phil has worked with many Music Services, Ofsted, the BBC, QCA, eJay, Connexions, ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall, BECTA – “Ask an expert”, Musical Futures, the Royal Opera House Bridge Project, theatre groups, children’s homes, youth clubs, drug dependent adults, the homeless and therapeutic communities. He was workshop leader and mentor for the Trinity Guildhall CPD program and an Associate of Drake Music UK, the pioneer of Assistive Music Technology.