Curriculum CPD – Music
Developing a Culture of Inclusive Musical Development
Led by Jimmy Rotherham
Jimmy will explore strategies and techniques to ensure all children including those with SEND can make outstanding progress in Music. Through this practical, experiential session, Jimmy will highlight the power of the Music curriculum in developing:
Throughout the session, Jimmy will reinforce the significance of music in developing the whole child, not simply their musicianship.
DATE: Thursday, 20 June 2024
VENUE: Earlsdon Park Village, Albany Road, Coventry, CV5 6JQ (Please check venue website for travel information: www.extracare.org.uk)
COST: £200 per person for non-subscribing schools
Schools who subscribe to the Gateway Alliance Curriculum CPD Offer have FIVE FREE places on any of the TEN courses within the subscription.
Additional places can be purchased for £120 per person or schools can choose to purchase multiple subscriptions if they wish to take advantage of more places at a greater discount.
Costs will be incurred for schools that do not subscribe. Please see our terms for further details.
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Jimmy is passionate about supporting schools to deliver music to the best of their abilities, working with developing both specialist music teachers and generalist class teachers across the world. He has worked with a wide range of organisations globally and his work has featured in The Guardian, on The One Show, Radio 5 Live and the BBC World Service. In 2018 he was shortlisted for the Varkey Foundation’s Global Teacher Prize. He has advised the House of Lords and the Department for Education and sits on the Music Education Advisory Boards of the ABRSM, Benedetti Foundation and Music Teacher magazine. In his paltry spare time, he tries not to let the fact that he supports Blackburn Rovers stop him from enjoying football. His debut book, ‘Teaching Primary Music – The Basics’, co-written with Andrew Davidson, was published by Bloomsbury in January 2022 and is available from all good bookshops and bad bookshops too.