Tue, 17 May|
Basecamp, Exchange House
Count Me In - Tees Valley Creative Workshop
Join Tees Valley Creative Education Partnership for the second in a series of bite-size conference events.
Time & Location
17 May, 16:00 – 19:00
Basecamp, Exchange House, Marton Rd, Middlesbrough TS1 1DB, UK
About the Event
The Tees Valley Creative Education Partnership is a call to action to create more opportunities for children and young people to develop their creative skills and access to cultural experiences. The partnership is guided by a steering group made up of representatives from education, local government, and culture sector.
Join the conversation!
Championing and celebrating creative education, these free CPD and networking events are for teachers, creative practitioners and cultural professionals, to be inspired, take away new ideas and meet and connect with others.
Keynote from Professor Adam Ockleford
Adam Ockelford is a Professor of Music and Director of the Applied Music Research Centre at the University of Roehampton, London. While attending the Royal Academy of Music in London, Adam started working with children with special needs, a number of whom, he noticed, had special musical abilities, and he became interested in how we all intuitively make sense of music, without the need for formal education.
Adam will be talking and leading a workshop on Count Me In, an inclusive music making programme using the Sounds of Intent Framework.
Introduction to Musinc
Musinc provides opportunities for musical engagement and learning for people of all ages and abilities. Based within Middlesbrough Town Hall, Musinc bring musical inclusion to the Tees Valley.
First Thing Music from Tees Valley Music Service
First Thing Music started out as a randomised control trial, in 60 primary sch