Singing with Children and Young People
• Do you work with children and young people?
• Are you training to be a Social Worker?
• Are you interested in developing your singing, vocal and musical skills for your work with children and young people?
• Would you like to learn more about how singing and rap can help children express themselves?
• Do you live or work in Brighton & Hove?
Astonishing results have been seen in programmes where music, and in particular vocal work, has been used as a developmental tool to work with children.
Who is the course for?
These practical music making sessions are for all those training to work in Social and Care work settings who would like to introduce or develop singing, vocal work and music as a way of building relationships with children and young people.
What is the structure of the sessions?
The sessions will include ways of bringing singing & music into your setting, offer ideas for games & activities & will equip participants to deliver them. We will look at easy ways into song writing and rap. There will be the opportunity to feedback on how your music & singing is developing with the children that you work with and share ideas.
Tutor: Juliette Russell and Max Wheeler
Dates: Tuesdays May 11th, 18th, 25th and June 1st
Venue: St Michaels Community Hall, St Michaels Place, Brighton BN1 3FU.
Refreshments: Tea, coffee & biscuits will be available
How do I find out more and book a place?
Contact Rachael Casoria, Rhythmix Admin Assistant for more information and an application form firstname.lastname@example.org or 08701 417 484 (ext 1)
This course is supported by Sing Up
Sing Up–the Music Manifesto National Singing Programme, produced by Youth Music, The Sage Gateshead, AMV-BBDO, and Faber Music, supported by Government.
Tuesday, 6 April 2010