Month: May 2015

Speak Out! Sing Out! Anti-Bullying Awareness through Music & Literacy

Speak Out! Anti-bullying playAnti-bullying awareness Speak Out! Sing Out!: an innovative, creative, one-day workshop devised through Living Song. We work with a whole class, or group, yr 5, 6, or 7 to compose a song collaboratively, developing language of emotional literacy. This special day has been extended to East London schools after its popular success in Waltham Forest for the past two years.

£985 early bird offer BOOK NOW!
If you book and confirm before the end of June 2015

Who is this workshop for?

  • Yr 5, 6, or 7 pupils
  • Teachers for their CPD

How much will it cost?

£1230 per school, this includes:

  • 3 artists working with one class for the day
  • A copy of the anti-bullying song written by the children and professionally recorded
  • Resources for teachers.

How to apply:

Contact Living Song to book your date between Sept and Dec 2015. Your school will be invoiced for a deposit of £50 to secure the date.

Click here to download Sing Out! Anti-Bullying Awareness through Music & Literacy workshop leaflet.

Speak Out! Sing Out! Anti-Bullying Awareness through Music & Literacy workshop overview

This is a one-day workshop specifically developed for all pupils with a particular emphasis on nurture groups and children who are at risk of being bullied, or who use bullying behaviour. It also Read more »

Hannah McWha, Rokeby School for Boys

Thank You SO MUCH for yesterday. What a fantastic day and what a fantastic song! I’ve got the ‘pin popping your ego’ hook stuck in my head right now. And thanks so much for inviting Amina, the boys absolutely love working with her and I really hope it helps secure some afterschool numbers”. Hannah McWha, Head of Music, Rokeby School for Boys, Newham.

Lindsey Gray, Gradton Primary School

Our staff really enjoyed it. So many staff approached SLT in the afternoon to express their appreciation – so once again. Thank you”. Lindsey Gray, Assistant Headlteacher, Gradton Primary School, Dagenham.

Ian Cooper, Norwich Music Service

I would like to thank you for coming down to Norfolk again for the World Voice day. It has truly been a privilege for us to have you and Ian working with our teachers”. Ian Cooper, Norwich Music Service.

Anna Metcalf, Secondary Head of Music

“I thoroughly enjoyed the 4 days. I learned a wealth of new skills and was able to apply them immediately with excellent results. I feel so much more confident”. Anna Metcalf, Secondary Head of Music. 2015