We have an exciting term planned this January! Make memories and learn with our qualified teachers as we sing songs about toys and teddy bears. Some of the songs are traditional favourites such as “Wind Your Bobbin Up” and “Miss Polly had a Dolly”, and some are...
Are we losing the lullabies, nursery rhymes and action songs that are traditionally part of early childhood – and does it matter? When we sing lullabies and rock our children we are educating the earliest of the developing senses: the vestibular system. This sensory...
Tickets are now on sale for the first MERYC seminar - An Introduction to Deep Listening making the connections to early childhood music practice - I am looking forward to seeing you there https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-introduction-to-deep-listening-tickets-115613096885
News from @MerycEngland: ‘Hear and be heard’ online Seminar Series - guest speakers & discussions re #earlychildhoodmusic #research & practice. More info 👉
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Read two pieces @thesundaytimes today. One about state pupils being withdrawn from "soft" subjects like music.Second states venues are to be encouraged to be "aggressively mothballed" till they can be profitable again. @DCMS @educationgovuk this is not good enough @ISM_music