Following the success of the pilot CPD Day held in December the BBC Symphony Orchestra are once again offering free CPD for primary school teachers focusing on using Ten Pieces with KS2/P5-7. Apply for a place by 28 February.
On the 16 April 2018 the BBC Symphony Orchestra will be running a CPD Day for Primary classroom and instrumental teachers with a music specialism. The day will take place from 10am – 5pm and will be in two parts:
Part 1: Learn how to create new music with KS2/P5-P7 pupils using the free Ten Pieces resources.
Part 2: Get tips and tricks for conducting and performing the Ten Pieces arrangements (freely available for you to use on the Ten Pieces website) with young players and ensembles.
The day will include lots of time for discussion, opportunities to ask questions and most importantly swap ideas.
The CPD day will be run by musicians from the BBC Symphony Orchestra together with music leader and conductor Patrick Bailey.
To register you interest in attending the CPD Day please email TenPieces@bbc.co.uk with the following information by 4pm on Wednesday 28 February. Due to capacity restrictions there is a limit of one booking per school or organisation. Support for travel costs may be able to be provided on a case by case basis.
3. School/organisation address
4. Role (for example Yr 3 teacher, Music Co-ordinator, Instrumental teacher)
5. How are you currently using Ten Pieces and what do you hope to get from this CPD? (max 200 words)
We will let you know by Wednesday 7 March whether or not you have a place on the CPD Day.