HMS CONFERENCE 2014 Please click HERE
Hertfordshire Music Education Hub
supported by the Arts Council England
Hertfordshire Music Service is one of the largest Local Authority music services in the country with over 560 instrumental and vocal teachers teaching over 25,000 children in schools and music centres across the county and is proud to be Lead Partner for the Hertfordshire Music Education Hub.
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Hertfordshire Music Service believes in making every child's music matter. As a team within Hertfordshire County Council's Children's Services are committed to supporting world class standards in schools through music and supporting all children including those from our most vulnerable families.
Five strategic strands will drive musical activity across the county's schools, music centres, other community settings and on-line. By creating a diverse range of opportunities with our partners across these settings and with a portfolio of fully traded, co-funded and fully funded programmes we are able to maximise our impact on the musical lives of children and young people in Hertfordshire.
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Monday September 1st 2014
Venue: Onslow St Audrey's School
Old Rectory Drive, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 8AB
(Parking is available on site)
8.30 - Registration and Coffee
9.00 - Head of Instrumental Tuition Alison Pinder
9.15 - Head of Service James Dickinson
9.45 - Paul Harris - How to genuinely motivate your pupils - ‘If only all our pupils really were motivated! Paul Harris discusses ways to genuinely motivate pupils. In this short talk, he will reveal some of the secrets that lie behind this often elusive aspiration’
10.45 - Coffee
11.15 - Break-out Session
- John Finney - ‘Learning to think about music’ click HERE
- Paul Harris – Improve Your Sight Reading - click HERE
- Consultant for Music Technology Tim Hallas – Beat boxing - using your voice in a different way - click HERE
- Drusilla Redman Physiotherapist – Musical Wellbeing
- Panel of Experienced HMS staff – How have our pupils changed in the last 10 years
- Notion Music – Music Notation Technology
- Mark Howe – Junk Percussion - click HERE
12.30pm - Lunch
1.30pm - Musical item performed by young Hertfordshire musicians.
1.45pm - Jeremy Newton CEO of The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts - click HERE
3.00pm - Finish