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MUSIC & DRAMA EDUCATION EXPO | 22 & 23 FEBRUARY 2018

EXPO Programme Day 1: Thursday 22 February


Rhinegold Theatre Rock, Pop & Tech Theatre The Space Seminar Theatre
THEATRE SPONSOR THEATRE SPONSOR

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09.15 Welcome from our Heads of Content 09.15
09.20 Alex Stevens (editor of Music Teacher) and 09.20
09.25 Sarah Lambie (editor of Teaching Drama) 09.25
09.30 Warm-up | Ready, steady, sing 09.30
09.35 Action-packed warm-up and vocalistion techniques as well as 09.35
09.40 building multi-part mash-ups from scratch! Led by NYCGB Assistant 09.40
09.45 Music Director Dominic Ellis-Peckham, this session will get you 09.45
moving, singing and well and truly warmed up for the day!
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10.05 Flipped learning: C@ptiv8 their creativity 10.05
10.10 Rock School Music Production Syllabus: Do you want to engage your students beyond the classroom? Explore 10.10
10.15 Are your students actually learning? Meeting the Educational Demands of the 21st the wide range of digital platforms that are available for teachers to 10.15
use and witness an increase in engagement and progress in lessons.
10.20 Or are they simply copying you; mimicking, memorising and then ‘un- Century Music Industry 10.20
10.25 getting’? Leading educationalist Paul Harris explores how to effectively Introduction to the Rockschool Music Production exams, outlining  10.25
10.30 set your students up for the best possible learning outcomes. the syllabus and mapping it to the demands of the 21st century [KS3, KS4, KS5] 10.30
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 music industry. 10.35
10.40 [Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5]  10.40
10.45 [KKS3, KS4, KS5] 10.45
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11.10 Devising using practitioners 11.10
11.15 ISM | Make the case for Music This session will focus on the practice and influences of Artaud and The overscheduled child: Incentivising 11.15
11.20 Against a challenging landscape of EBacc and funding cuts, this offers a safe space to experiment and devise, use sensory stimulus to practice in the 21st century 11.20
session will arm you with the practical strategies, tips and data you create material and explore the use of object within the process.
11.25 PRODUCT SHOWCASE | TIDO This session discusses various rewards and how practice incentives 11.25
11.30 need to make the case for music in your school to your SLT, school Digital resources will never replace a great teacher, but they can
 impact on the psychology of both student and parent, with a special 11.30
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governors, parents and students. transform the way they teach and the way students learn. Join the Tido [KS4, KS5] focus on establishing effective practice routines in even the busiest 11.35
 team and special guests for a hands-on exploration of music teaching household.
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[KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4] and learning in the digital age. 
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12.10 The Political Slot 12.10
12.15 Hear from two high-profile figures in politics: Baroness Bonham- 12.15
12.20 Carter of Yarnbury will share the findings of ‘Skills for theatre: 12.20
12.25 Developing the pipeline of talent’, a 2017 Lords Communications 12.25
Committee’s report; and Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School
12.30 Standards, will give an update from the Department for Education with PRODUCT SHOWCASE | MUSICFIRST presents Gamifying music instruction – why ‘fun’ is not 12.30
12.35 questions from the floor. Technology Engagement: The Online Music a dirty word 12.35
12.40  Classroom Leads the Way What do you when you meet Kibungo? Musical Learn how to make any theory concept into a game and take away 12.40
12.45 Discover the benefits of cloud-based technology and find out how you dilemmas for early years drama lots of ready-made and adaptable games ready to apply in your 12.45
12.50 can streamline your workflow and enhance creativity and musicality Using acting, narration, song, spoken word and simple instruments, practice! 12.50
12.55 via the MusicFirst Online Classroom. delegates will participate in a story and work in pairs to resolve the  12.55
13.00  central character’s dilemma. 13.00
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13.10 [Early Years, KS1, KS2] 13.10
13.15 Songwriter: An informal musical inclusion 13.15
13.20 progression route for young people 13.20
13.25 Teachers on hubs Explore Songwriter – an initiative by Hertfordshire Music Service – 13.25
13.30 Expect insight from teachers on the ground and a hierarchy-free, which, through an online chart, successfully engages vulnerable young The piano teacher’s survival guide 13.30
collective think about hubs and their purpose. people at risk of exclusion and can be accredited with Arts Award.
13.35 Anthony Williams, Head of Keyboard at Radley College, leads this 13.35
13.40   session on the foundations of teaching good, tension-free technique, 13.40
13.45 [KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] Being present and ready to play: Functional introducing new and imaginitive approaches along the way. 13.45
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13.50 posture and the Feldenkrais Method 13.50
13.55 Discover a playful, non-traditional approach to working with posture 13.55
14.00 and presence and find out how you can communicate these ideas 14.00
14.05 through games and explorations rather than rules or correction. 14.05
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14.15 PA SOS: Getting started with live sound [KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] 14.15
14.20 This jargon-busting session will equip you with the basic skills in 14.20
14.25 setting up a PA system. 14.25
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14.35 What kind of music teacher am I? [Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] Expanding your teaching practice 14.35
14.40 What type of teacher are you? And how does your approach impact Catherine Cossey of Catherine Cossey Piano Tuition and Liz 14.40
14.45 your students’ learning? This session provides an overview of different Musical steps: Early Years music workshop Giannopoulos of Encore Music Tuition present the business models 14.45
14.50 pedagogic ideologies, and importantly, the types of musical learning Learn how easy it is to teach basic musical skills and concepts, using which form the foundations of their successful independent piano 14.50
resulting from each. everyday items and adapting things you already know. Absolutely no teaching schools.
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15.15 Microphone placement: How to achieve a good 15.15
15.20 recording 15.20
15.25 The experts over at Steinberg and Soho Sonic Studios deliver this 15.25
15.30 session on the importance of mic placement. 15.30
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15.40 [KS4, KS5] The Ten Command-don’ts: What not to do in 15.40
15.45 Chair Drumming: Just Play with Musical Blitzbooks Publishers Showcase Drama exams 15.45
15.50 Futures In this entertaining session Samantha Coates will demonstrate how Covering practical exams, this session will reveal the ten golden rules 15.50
15.55 Join the Musical Futures Just Play Band and discover practical ideas your students can become expert sight readers, easily navigate their for things to avoid and not to do with your students at this critical 15.55
16.00 for whole class music–making that help to build skills whilst being way towards Grade 5 Theory, and be smiling all along the way! stage of their education. 16.00
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16.15 [KS2, KS3] 16.15
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Key  Drama  Instrumental Teachers  Secondary Music Teachers  Early Years  Primary  Leader/Hub/Administration

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MUSIC & DRAMA EDUCATION EXPO | 22 & 23 FEBRUARY 2018

Workshop Performance Stage Sharing Lab Creatives’ Corner


THEATRE SPONSOR THEATRE SPONSOR CREATIVES’ CORNER SPONSOR

09.00 Performance | Shakespeare Schools Festival 09.00


09.05 Shakespeare Schools Foundation present a showcase of students 09.05
09.10 who took part in their 2017 Festival, performing abridged 09.10
09.15 Shakespeare productions using the original language. 09.15
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10.00 Sharing Lab DRAMA | Teaching Drama to 10.00
10.05 Early Years and Primary Students 10.05
10.10 Teaching music: World perspectives Hosted by Educational Consultant Karen Latto. Bring and share your 10.10
10.15 We can benefit greatly by looking at how other cultures learn and Fireside chat | Simon Pittman, Associate own ideas and expertise. 10.15
10.20 teach music. Ethnomusicologist Andy Gleadhill explores world Director (Learn & Train) at Frantic Assembly  10.20
10.25 music approaches which are inclusive, accessible and develop Now a set practitioner on KS5 drama syllabuses, this is a chance to 10.25
student creativity. hear about the company’s practice from the horse’s mouth.
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10.40 [Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] 10.40
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11.00 Fireside chat | Ruth Jones, Arts Award Sharing Lab MUSIC | Primary music 11.00
11.05 accreditation specialists forum 11.05
11.10 Ruth talks us through Arts Award Accreditation across both Music Bring and share your own ideas and expertise. 11.10
11.15 First Access: Progression and engagement and Drama. Find out how the initiative inspires young people.  11.15
11.20 through an aural approach  11.20
11.25 Pick up a pTrumpet and learn to play tunes quickly through this 11.25
11.30 dynamic approach to First Access! Hanh Doan & David Guinane | How to teach 11.30
11.35  Secondary Music: 100 inspiring ideas 11.35
11.40 [KS2] [Collins Music] 11.40
11.45 Meet book heroes Hanh and David – music teachers and authors of 11.45
11.50 award-nominated How to teach Secondary Music: 100 inspiring ideas. Chat 11.50
11.55 secondary music strategies, get your books signed and pose for photos! 11.55

12.00 Performance | Purcell Jazz Ensemble Sharing Lab DRAMA| Working with SEND 12.00
12.05 The Purcell Jazz Ensemble features some of the UK’s most talented students 12.05
12.10 young jazz musicians. Many are already members of the Junior Royal Hosted by Educational Consultant Karen Latto. Bring and share your 12.10
Academy of Music jazz department and NYJO, and they have recently own ideas and expertise.
12.15 Printed music – rewarding the people that matter 12.15
12.20 completed a tour of UK jazz clubs.  Ever wondered about the business of printed music royalty payments 12.20
to composers, arrangers and publishers? Join us to find out more,
12.25 The Improvise Approach with a particular emphasis on the Schools Printed Music Licence –
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12.30 A workshop led by special needs music teacher, composer and which enables copying and re-arranging for school use. We’ll also be 12.30
12.35 resource designer Carrie Lennard. Carrie will demonstrate her award- taking a look at the importance of using printed music in education, 12.35
12.40 nominated approach to solo and ensemble music making through the and showcasing our competition for all music teachers, Shake It Up. 12.40
use of iPads and the ThumbJam app.
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13.00 Sharing Lab DRAMA | Helping students to Liz Partridge | 4 Strings 13.00
13.05 apply for post-18 courses [Boosey & Hawkes] 13.05
13.10 Hosted by Educational Consultant Karen Latto. Bring and share your Meet educational string repertoire specialist Liz Partridge who 13.10
13.15 Kerry Andrew | BBC Ten Pieces composer own ideas and expertise. compiled and edited the hugely popular 4 Strings series. Chat string 13.15
13.20 We interview Kerry Andrew about her a cappella voices composition  repertoire and ideas for using her books with your students, get your 13.20
for BBC Ten Pieces, No Place Like. books signed and pose for photos!
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13.40 Spice up your harmony lessons: 13.40
13.45 Practical strategies for keeping singing at the Sarah Watts | Razzamajazz piano series, the 13.45
13.50 heart of your KS5 lesson Red Hot Recorder [Kevin Mayhew] 13.50
13.55 Take part in a practical harmony workshop which you can easily Meet composer for piano and woodwind Sarah Watts and quiz her on 13.55
14.00 recreate with students. John Kelly | Drake Music Associate Musician her Razzamajazz and Red Hot Recorder series! Chat piano duo and 14.00
14.05  John will combine a Q&A with a performance using his unique recorder repertoire, pick up tips on approaches to her pieces, get your 14.05
books signed and pose for photos!
14.10 [KS5] ‘Kellycaster’ guitar, designed for his specific needs, giving you new 14.10
14.15 ideas for creative adaptations that can be made to instruments. 
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14.30 Sharing Lab DRAMA |Schemes of Work – Andrew Higgins | Birds Études–Tableaux for 14.30
14.35 Bring and share, and brainstorm your best piano [EVC Publications] 14.35
14.40 Ditch the obstacles and just get singing! Easy ideas for KS 3-5 Andrew Higgins’ longstanding interest in birdlife has led him to create 14.40
14.45 ways to get singing into every music lesson Hosted by Educational Consultant Karen Latto. Bring and share your six virtuoso piano studies, each one representing a different creature 14.45
14.50 Get a taster of Sing Up’s approach to integrating singing into your own ideas and expertise. and offering performers the chance to explore individual characters and 14.50
music curriculum as a way-in to developing your pupils’ vocal technique. Find out more about translating character into the musical
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language, chat improvisation and piano technique and pose for photos!
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15.15 Performance | ABRSM Shine Douglas Coombes | Various choral works 15.15
15.20 An ABRSM partner ensemble performs celebrated commission, Shine. [Lindsay Music] 15.20
15.25 Written by composer Mark Armstrong especially for the ABRSM’s Douglas Coombes is a prolific composer, choral clinician and 15.25
recent Shine event, versions of the piece are now freely available to conductor and is the choral consultant for the annual BBC TV Songs
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anyone who loves music!
Sharing Lab MUSIC | Secondary music 15.30
of Praise School Choirs of the Year competition. Chat choral repertoire,
15.35 teachers forum conducting technique, get your books signed and pose for photos!
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15.40 Classical music on the ukulele Bring and share your own ideas and expertise.

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15.45 Come and see how one of the fastest-growing instruments in schools  15.45
15.50 can have serious development potential, from beginner one-chord- 15.50
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16.00 Christopher Norton | Microjazz 16.00
16.05 [KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] [Boosey & Hawkes] 16.05
16.10 Christopher Norton is best known for his world-famous Microjazz 16.10
16.15 series. Chat piano repertoire, tips on teaching from the Microjazz 16.15
16.20 series, get your books signed and pose for photos! 16.20

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MUSIC & DRAMA EDUCATION EXPO | 22 & 23 FEBRUARY 2018

EXPO Programme Day 2: Friday 23 February


Rhinegold Theatre Tech Theatre The Space Seminar Theatre
THEATRE SPONSOR THEATRE SPONSOR

09.00 09.00
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09.15 Welcome from our Heads of Content 09.15
09.20 Alex Stevens (editor of Music Teacher) and 09.20
09.25 Sarah Lambie (editor of Teaching Drama) 09.25
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09.35 Warm Up | A West End choir supercharge 09.35
09.40 Introducing a host of warm up games, exercises and songs from 09.40
09.45 the charts and stage to add that extra sparkle to your choir in no time. 09.45
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09.55 [KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] 09.55
10.00 Becoming an arts entrepreneur 101 10.00
10.05 This session will demonstrate how to spot gaps in the market, 10.05
10.10 Expanding Drama within a Cross Curricular self-promote, think outside the box and give your business the cutting 10.10
edge it needs to flourish
10.15 GCSE Music: Strategies for 1-9 4 chord pop composing: A creative music Setting 10.15
10.20 With the introduction of 1-9 grading in music, we get advice from lesson for millennials This seminar will be a chance to establish and share best practice  10.20
10.25 the experts on how best to utilise the system in your department. This session is all about how teachers can use the ‘four chord’ basis and to reflect upon the opportunities that drama can provide within 10.25
10.30 Featuring representatives from Trinity and OCR as well as teachers of pop music as a highly motivational starting point for pop-style the curriculum. 10.30
in the field, there will be plenty of Q&A time: come ready to fire composition with students. 
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questions!  [KS4, KS5]
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11.10 ‘Be not afraid of greatness’: Approaching 11.10
11.15 Manage your performance nerves Shakespeare’s language ISM | Setting tuition fees 11.15
11.20 Performance Coach Charlotte Tomlinson explores how performance This 45 minute session will give you a practical and inclusive We present the results from the annual ISM tuition fees survey, 11.20
11.25 anxiety can arise and the possible psychological reasons behind it, toolkit to tackle Shakespeare’s texts, give your students ownership including breakdown of regions, and provide tips on setting and 11.25
along with some simple practical tools to manage the anxiety better. of the language and inspire them to create complex and engaging negotiating rates.
11.30 PRODUCT SHOWCASE | Charanga Musical characters.
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11.40 Explore how practical and creative music using some of today’s best 11.40
11.45 loved repertoire is at the heart of each lesson and how the learning [KS2, KS3, KS4] 11.45
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12.20 The music transition passport 12.20
12.25 A case study of The Music Transition Passport, an initiative trialled in 12.25
12.30 Trinity College London presents: Raglan Schools and endorsed by Enflield Music Service. 12.30
12.35 The new 2018 syllabus Creating ‘Living Newspapers’  12.35
12.40 Trinity College London invites you to step out of your comfort zone and Participants will learn practical and imaginative theatrical techniques [KS2, KS3] 12.40
12.45 The OFSTED session: Curriculum and into the position of your learners in a practical workshop based on the to create a hypothetical living newspaper on a contemporary issue 12.45
new Rock and Pop 2018 syllabus, songs and supporting materials. such as immigration, Brexit, or the refugee crisis.
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12.55 Mark Phillips, Ofsted’s Senior HMI in London and previously National  12.55
13.00 Advisor for Music, brings delegates up to speed with Ofsted’s latest [KS4, KS5] 13.00
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13.35 Teaching the new 2017 A-level Music The sound toolkit: Developing aural awareness 13.35
13.40 Technology Syllabus in the Early Years Changing levels: Making KS3 Drama 13.40
13.45 Music Education Council: Linking Policy to Presented by Tim Hallas, music tech editor for Music Teacher Explore approaches for developing a child’s ‘aural library’ by Assessment Work 13.45
13.50 Practice after 2020 magazine, this session will look at the new requirements of the 2017 pinpointing the key building blocks of sound and demonstrating With the introduction of 1-9 grading in Drama, we look at how to use 13.50
13.55 This session gives you the opportunity to contribute to and influence Edexcel specification. how they can be successfully cemented together within songs and the system at KS3. 13.55
music education for the next 10 years! As we look to the next decade  activities in the Early Years.
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14.05 and learn from the challenges and opportunities of the past the [KS5] 
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Music Education Council is arguing the case for the content of and [Early Years] 14.10
funding for music education, 2020 and beyond. A Question Time-style
14.15 panel session offers you the chance to ask questions, comment, and 14.15
14.20 contribute to the debate. 14.20
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14.35 Let’s write a play 14.35
14.40 Using Drama and character as a starting base, we will build a story 14.40
14.45 Essay writing for arts teachers: Transferring and a history for a character and weave a play in a simple step-by- The growing impact of Open Orchestras in 14.45
step format that can be adapted for any age group.
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14.55 The Lady Eleanor Holles School is one of the country’s most Grown: A grime opera Dr. Marina Gall of Bristol University reveals her latest research 14.55
15.00 successful academic schools, consistently achieving outstanding A discussion of the challenges and rewards of bringing together [KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] findings while Doug Bott sets the context and demonstrates the 15.00
15.05 results in both GCSE and A Level Music and Drama. In this session electronic music, rap and a youth orchestra in an education context. Clarion, a new accessible instrument. 15.05
Miranda Ashe (Director of Music) and Ben Tait (Director of Drama)    
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practical ideas into clear and concise examination responses.
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15.35 Mobile phones and the democratisation of 15.35
15.40 evidence capture 15.40
15.45 Disney’s Aladdin | Spotlight on singing We explore the range of creative evidence and share good practice on Teaching piano in groups: 15.45
15.50 Using well-known songs from the show, you’ll explore teaching digital portfolios, creating opportunities for enhanced student ownership Unleashing the transformative power 15.50
techniques for group singing in 3/4 part harmony, adding in a layer and a greater commitment to the end product in the process.
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16.00 of characterisation. Learn to sing as a cohesive ensemble as you  This session will showcase exciting new instructional strategies 16.00
incorporate movement and acting to enrich storytelling. [KS4, KS5] and equip you with a curated list of group piano curricular materials 16.05
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Key  Drama  Instrumental Teachers  Secondary Music Teachers  Early Years  Primary  Leader/Hub/Administration

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MUSIC & DRAMA EDUCATION EXPO | 22 & 23 FEBRUARY 2018

Workshop Performance Stage Sharing Lab Creatives’ Corner


THEATRE SPONSOR THEATRE SPONSOR CREATIVES’ CORNER SPONSOR

09.00 Performance: Rocksteady Music School 09.00


09.05 Rocksteady Music School is the UK’s largest rock school, currently 09.05
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10.00 Performance | Rocksteady Music School Sharing Lab MUSIC | SEND music specialists 10.00
10.05 Rocksteady resume their performance slot and get our delegates up forum 10.05
10.10 ‘Positively pop’: Using pop music to promote on-stage and playing together as a band in under ten minutes. If you Bring and share your own ideas and expertise. 10.10
missed this session before the warm-up, get ready to jam!
10.15 PSHE in primary schools  10.15
10.20 This seminar will enlighten teachers with songs that incorporate 10.20
10.25 SMSC learning and lif- affirming lyrics with a contemporary pop style. 10.25
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10.45 Ben Crosland | Magic Beans jazz piano series 10.45
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10.55 Ben’s work for solo piano have been a constant companion to many 10.55
11.00 Sharing Lab MUSIC | Composition Clinic piano teachers in the UK and overseas, and his works have been 11.00
11.05 One-to-one advice sessions for composers, providing advice for included in the ABRSM and Trinity exam syllabuses. 11.05

11.10 Spotlighting innovative Early Years practice classroom teachers and portfolio reviews for composition students. 11.10
11.15 Led by the London Early Years Music Network (LEYMN), this  11.15
11.20 engaging and interactive session will explore the current context and [KS3, KS4, KS5] 11.20
11.25 challenges facing early years. We will hear from Music Education 11.25
Hubs; grass roots organisations leading impactful work in the wider
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community; and arts practitioners. Paul Coles | From Start to Finish guitar series 11.30
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11.45 accessible for most players to perform and enjoy, Paul’s works range 11.45
11.50 from pieces for the developing musician, to commissioned works 11.50
performed and premiered by some of the world’s leading guitarists.
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12.00 Performance: Mahogany Opera Sharing Lab DRAMA | Leadership: Moving 12.00
12.05 Mahogany Opera Group work predominantly with children and young forward in your career, fostering high quality 12.05
12.10 people, and our current project ‘Snappy Operas’ is a nationwide T&L and working with a limited budget 12.10
12.15 project making opera with young people aged 7-11. Hosted by Vickie Smith, Head of Drama at Chichester High School for Printed music – rewarding the people that matter 12.15
12.20  Girls. Bring and share your own ideas and expertise. Ever wondered about the business of printed music royalty payments 12.20
12.25  to composers, arrangers and publishers? Join us to find out more, 12.25
with a particular emphasis on the Schools Printed Music Licence –
12.30 Understanding the impact of Early Trauma which enables copying and re-arranging for school use. We’ll also be 12.30
12.35 on learning taking a look at the importance of using printed music in education, 12.35
12.40 40% of children and young people will have experienced trauma and showcasing our competition for all music teachers, Shake It Up. 12.40
12.45 before the age of 18, statistics tell us. This workshop will enable  12.45
12.50 those working with these children to engage in the arts better. 12.50
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13.00 [Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5] Sharing Lab MUSIC | Piano teachers’ forum Katherine Fisher & Dr. Julie Knerr | Piano 13.00
13.05  Safari [Alfred Publishing] 13.05
13.10 Meet the creators of Piano Safari, a beginner piano method series 13.10
13.15 which has taken the US piano education scene by storm and is now 13.15
13.20 set to do the same in the UK. Chat beginner technique, approaches 13.20
and repertoire, get books signed and pose for photos!
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13.30 13.30
13.35 Real-time composition: Improvisation 13.35
13.40 Explore inventive ways, (both high-tech and low-tech) to break 13.40
13.45 the ice and start playing together. Delegates will ideally bring an 13.45
13.50 instrument to this session, although some additional instruments and 13.50
13.55 technology will be provided. 13.55
14.00 
Sharing Lab DRAMA | To BTEC or not to BTEC? 14.00
14.05 [KS4, KS5] Hosted by Vickie Smith, Head of Drama at Chichester High School for 14.05
14.10 Girls. Bring and share your own ideas and expertise. 14.10
14.15  14.15
14.20 14.20
14.25 14.25
14.30 Fireside Chat: Georghia Ellinas, Lin Marsh | Songscape series [Faber] 14.30
14.35 Shakespeare’s Globe Creator of the hugely successful Songscape and Junior Songscape 14.35
14.40 Top tactics to deter quitters Shakespeare’s Globe has been a prolific education provider from before it series, Lin will be on-hand to chat repertoire for young voices and 14.40
14.45 The largest number of students give up their instruments before was even fully built. Head of Learning Georghia Ellinas will answer questions linking singing to the curriculum. Meet Lin, talk shop, get books 14.45
they even get to Grade 1 level. This session aims to make teachers about the Globe’s education work, and teaching Shakespeare. signed and pose for photos!
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armed and dangerous with a whole host of ways to keep that student  
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15.00 walking though the door! 15.00
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15.10 15.10
15.15 James Rae | Various works for woodwind 15.15
15.20 [Universal Edition] 15.20
15.25 Meet the hugely popular James Rae, one of Europe’s most published writers 15.25
15.30 Fireside Chat: Al Murray Sharing Lab MUSIC | Early Years music of educational wind music. With over 120 publications to his credit, many of 15.30
his pieces are to be found on wind examination syllabuses worldwide. Meet
15.35 Best-known for his alter ego The Pub Landlord, Al is one of the most specialists’ forum James, chat repertoire, get books signed and pose for photos!
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15.40 successful comics in the UK. He is also a keen drummer, beginning Bring and share your own ideas and expertise. 15.40
lessons at the age of nine, and gigging and penning articles for 
15.45 Kecak: The Balinese Monkey Chant! Rhythm magazine in its early days. Al is now Co-Director of the
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15.50 Delegates will form the largest Kecak chorus heard in the UK,
British Drum Company and joins us to chat comedy, music and the
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15.55 experience the unique sounds and movements, learn the background 15.55
drive behind setting up a new all-British drum manufacturer.
16.00 to this evocative Indonesian art-form and discover how to recreate 16.00
it in the classroom; to support the National Curriculum for Music,
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citizenship and SMSC.
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[KS1, KS2, KS3]
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