Our online CPD training workshops have been carefully designed to spark creativity and imagination, and to build the skills necessary to allow any teacher to confidently use songs to support the music and general curriculums.

Our workshop leaders are all education professionals and singing/music specialists, with a wealth of experience in developing and delivering singing in schools, classrooms, music services, and PGCE and SCITT training.

This workshop will show you how to use singing as the basis for delivering the National Curriculum for music. It will help you think outside the box and spark creativity and imagination in and out of the classroom.
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Grounded in solid research, this workshop is aimed at every teacher in every school. We will show you how you can use music to improve literacy and numeracy; promote well-being and team spirit through whole-school singing; and influence mood/attention in the classroom.
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This workshop, aimed primarily at non-specialists, will show you some essential easy-to-use techniques that will develop and protect young voices, and get you and your kids singing better and for longer.
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This workshop supports the teaching of phonics and other key literacy skills such as speech processing, reading comprehension, recall of verbal information and creative writing.
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This workshop, aimed at both specialist and non-specialist musicians, is an essential guide to using music and singing to develop spatial reasoning and maths when teaching children aged 3 – 7.
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This workshop will energise your use of music to support work in the SEND classroom and help promote inclusion for SEND pupils in a mainstream class.
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A video showing some trainee teachers being inspired after attending one of our in-person workshops in 2019.
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS
We currently have no upcoming workshops at this time. Check back soon for future workshops.
If you have any questions, please do get in touch with our friendly workshops team by emailing workshops@outoftheark.com or calling on 020 8158 0646.