This Is Musical Futures

Open for booking for the Autumn Term 2018:

This Is Musical Futures: Birmingham – Monday 10th December


This workshop looks at some of the practicalities and skills required to introduce or develop Musical Futures in your school through the approaches and foundation units of Musical Futures Informal Learning, Classroom Workshopping, Find Your Voice & Just Play.

£110 per person including related resources

£55 for students, please email for more information


Event details


Our ‘This Is Musical Futures’ workshop explores key aspects of the pedagogy – informal learning, classroom workshopping, Just Find Your Voice and Just Play plus all the practicalities and skills required to introduce Musical Futures through a series of practical, fun and inspirational workshops:

Informal Learning – explore how student motivation, enjoyment and skill-acquisition are enhanced in music lessons by tapping into the real-life learning practices of popular musicians.

Classroom Workshopping – develop the skills to lead creative group composition to make music learning as practical an activity as possible.

Just Find Your Voice – teaching and learning strategies to engage all students with singing in the classroom and to help them feel confident about using their voices and mobile technology to create and explore music

Just Play – find out about how to engage students in whole class music making by experiencing this simple step by step resource that supports the development of instrumental skills on drums, guitar, bass, keyboard and ukulele, using music that students like, enjoy and identify with.

This is a hands on, practical, musical day led by a practitioner who has used Musical Futures in the classroom. You will experience Musical Futures from the viewpoint of your learners and participate in taster sessions for Musical Futures approaches – informal learning, classroom workshopping, Find Your Voice and Just Play.

We want you to ensure that you will leave with ideas and resources you can use straight away feeling confident that you can use them effectively with your students!


  • Primary music co-ordinators
  • Primary music specialists
  • Secondary Music specialists
  • Classroom music teachers
  • Instrumental teachers
  • Trainee music teachers
  • Newly Qualified music teachers