Are you looking for ways to enhance your curriculum teaching? Katie Teage helps us understand how to use music across the curriculum!
It is recognised that music can help to develop skills, attitudes and attributes that can support learning in other national curriculum subjects. Often, we are asked to link music to all aspects of the curriculum, however, doing this successfully is not always easy.
In this online session you will be shown how to link elements of music to all subjects across the primary curriculum and supported to use music as a starting point for other curriculum work. We will discuss how music is more than ‘adding a song’ to another subject and how this can be another way for some children to access the curriculum.
This session is designed for primary music educators, including music leads, trainees and NQTs.
About Katie Teage
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 is a musicianship teacher and workshop leader at the Royal College of Music, works for schools in London as Primary Music Specialist, a Choral and Musicianship leader for The Voices Foundation and a trainer for Musical Futures.