Training

Training

The Musical Futures training programme focuses on developing and extending the skills of classroom and instrumental teachers to create sustainable music opportunities for students in schools. It is underpinned by pedagogies developed from informal learning and non-formal teaching approaches to classroom music. Delegates put themselves in the position of their learners and, above all, Musical Futures training reminds teachers of their musical roots and is always a fun, inspiring and creative day.

Just Play Twilight Workshop

Just Play Twilight Workshop

ideal for building essential musical and instrumental skills as a whole class, our Just Play Twilight Workshop is an opportunity to discover what Just Play has to offer you and your students!  
Musical Futures at Key Stage Four

Musical Futures at Key Stage Four

delivers practical ideas for teaching the new exam specifications that are musical as well as theoretical lead by experienced teachers who have had exam success with their students at Key Stage 4
Find Your Voice

Find Your Voice

is a practical, hands-on approach to embedding vocal work in the classroom supported by mobile technology. A day of practical music-making with wealth of ideas to take back to school to use and enthuse your most reluctant singers!
Introducing Musical Futures

Introducing Musical Futures

Just how do you introduce Musical Futures to your school and make it work for you and your students? This workshop looks at some of the practicalities and skills required to introduce or develop Musical Futures in your school.
Just Play

Just Play

is ideal for building essential musical and instrumental skills through as a whole class The full day training course offers practical music making exploring Just Play in a variety of contexts and includes a copy of the full Just Play resource.    
In House Training

In House Training

We are able to tailor our in-house training programme offer to your needs - Musical Futures workshops or presentations area hands on, practical  designed with and for your workforce. Contact fran.hannan@musicalfutures.org to discuss your requirements.  

Brilliant ideas to take forward into my own teaching… a fantastic day – left with lots of new ideas and strategies…

Kate Baxter, Manchester Metropolitan University

The children I am working with are responding to positively. They are very keen to learn new music and don’t not feel threatened to play. They enjoy the ‘have a go’ and ‘just play’ strategy.

Mhairi Easton, Southesk primary School

Would be lost without MF – The organisation supports my ethos as a teacher!

Teacher of Music, Turves Green Girls School