Choosing the appropriate singing material for classroom music – a guide to what’s what
Do you struggle to decide between all the wealth of singing resources on the market? Joan Wright and Kirsty Allman Ward from the Curriculum specialist team have written a useful guide to help you find exactly what you need.
'Singing can improve pupils' learning, confidence health and social development.
It has the power to change lives and build communities'
A National Plan for Music - DfE
Hertfordshire Music Service's
is the umbrella under which we provide all our
Singing activities and training
Use the links to get information and contact details
The Chorister Outreach Project for Primary Schools - a series of visits by an animateur culminating in a concert at St Albans Abbey with the renowned Cathedral Choristers.
How the Music Service can help to organise a Singing Celebration for KS1 pupils, both as a stand-alone project and with other schools.
Working with other schools at KS2 fosters fruitful partnerships, confidence and community cohesion. The Singing Strategy Team will tailorand organise a project to suit your curricular and creative needs.
Singing is a great way of introducing very young children to music and can help their development in many ways - and be fun! We offer advice to parents, schools and teachers.
Singing Opportunities - our Singing Strategy embraces a wide range of activities including packages for Early Years, the Chorister Outreach Project, KS1 and 2 Singing Celebrations, tailor-made packages for clusters of schools and our biennial celebration of singing at the Royal Albert Hall. There are opportunities for CPD for teachers at any stage of their development.