What we offer
Musical Futures provides teachers with training, support, networks and resources to deliver practical, engaging, developmental, pedagogically-grounded music programmes in the classroom.
The expansion of Musical Futures to more than 100 countries world-wide and the recent recognition of Musical Futures as one of the HundrEd global innovations in education has been largely down to the success of our extensive teacher professional development programme across the world.
Our workshops allow teachers to experience Musical Futures as a learner and to explore how they might translate that experience into their own practice in their own context.
Each workshop provides delegates with all the ideas, tools and teaching materials necessary to get started with Musical Futures straight away. The key to success with Musical Futures is in how the musical content is delivered – an aspect modelled by our team of experienced teachers and workshop leaders in all our workshops.
Our programme of Musical Futures workshops for the new academic year is being added to on a daily basis. If you can’t find what you’re looking for REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR ALL UPCOMING DATES & VENUES HERE or email email@example.com
UK WORKSHOPS 2018-19
Coming soon – our Everyone Can Play twilight workshop offers a practical workshop to explore our ukulele resource for beginners and includes a FREE copy of Everyone Can Play: Ukulele resource
Practical ideas for teaching Key Stage 4 music that are musical as well as theoretical including:
- GCSE set works – how to break them down and help students understand the music from the inside out
- Strategies for building confidence with composing and improvising
‘This Is Musical Futures’ workshop explores key aspects of the pedagogy – all the practicalities and skills required to introduce Musical Futures through a series of practical, fun and inspirational taster workshops – Informal Learning,
Just Find Your Voice twilight workshops explore Musical Futures’ practical, hands-on approach to embedding vocal work in the classroom supported by mobile technology. A session of practical music-making designed to give you a whole host of ideas to take back to school to use with your most reluctant singers