Voice Collectives

Bring your students together to write, rehearse, perform and record their own song – and see them grow in confidence, self-esteem, team work, health and happiness.

This 10-week programme of singing and songwriting is suitable for any class or large group of students from year 6 to year 13.

It’s ideal as a transition activity, or part of your music curriculum, to grow students’ enjoyment of music and belief in their own abilities.

What does it involve?

Weekly one-hour sessions where Ben O’Sullivan will work with your students to create and rehearse their own song. The shape and style of the song as well as the lyrics will be led by the students.

If the school chooses, the term-long programme can culminate in a recording session away day where students will also feature in their own video, shot on location.

What else do I need to know?

This work can count as one of your two interventions for the GHLL Healthy Schools award, as we will measure the impact the project has on the emotional health and wellbeing of the students involved. This is all done with a light touch, through anonymous evaluation forms. This, along with the Pupil Premium outcome measures, will be of interest to senior leadership teams.

Now booking for Spring & Summer 18/19:

Download the TMW Voice Collectives enquiry form for academic year 201819

PRICE

This service is heavily subsidised with tiered offers starting at just £650 per 10-week block

Voice collectives costs

 

What does it include?

  • 10 one-hour workshops
  • Evaluation
  • Performance opportunities support – for a school concert for example
  • CPD consultation with Head of Music / Music Dept.
  • Staff Resources to continue the teaching and learning outside of the sessions
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Who’s behind this?

This programme is funded by Make Music Gloucestershire, the county’s music education hub, as well as Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Learning. We are one of the key partners the Hub, a network of schools, organisations and individuals working together to make sure music education reaches as many children and young people as possible, and makes a difference to their lives and futures.