New classroom music teacher. Revised curricular approach. First music programme. Whatever the specific requirements, all our primary schools share one thing in common…
Our teaching uses an “I sing”, “You sing” approach which allows children to use their singing voices as a primary instrument to access all areas of music.
Drawing on the Kodály approach, using singing games, percussion and multi-sensory learning, our lessons enable good musical progression.
Sing Education works with headteachers to provide tailored PPA cover by helping schools to timetable this and plan how curricular music can support PPA cover.
Take a deep dive into Sing Education’s shared, knowledge pooling where we provide consultancy services for schools on timetabling, PPA cover and equipment.
Sing Education hires the top musicians, trains them appropriately and inspires positive values for stress-free teacher management at schools.
We offer constant support for schools through our consultancy services on issues such as timetabling, pupil safeguarding, equipment supply and onboarding.
Curricular lessons are high-energy and engaging, with singing at the core to encourage learners to enjoy the exploration, passion and understanding of music.
Our Progression Map is constantly available to teachers, Ofsted and schools for reviewing the purpose, content and direction of every lesson we conduct.
Extracurricular music unites the whole school community through active music-making, whilst providing children with a framework for musical progression.
Singing assemblies help children develop confidence in singing and a chance to tackle more challenging repertoire that will stretch their musical landscape.
Vocal and instrumental lessons are valuable in any primary setting as they have a positive impact on children’s confidence, wellbeing and cognitive development.
Workshop performances allow children to share their passion for music with the wider school community and develop their skills mastery and learning progression.

Sing Education’s Vision and Values

Our values help us to source and train our team to deliver high quality music education, through inspiring a passion for music and constantly honing our craft.

Miss – what are we learning today?

Singing-led games, Kodaly method and active music making – our winning formula

Classroom Teaching – A Day In The Life

Our schemes of work and long-term school placements provide day to day consistency, but how students respond to a new song makes everyday an adventure!

Instrumental Music Fundamentals

Short but sweet 30 minute lessons where instrumental music teacher is required to teach students a variety of instrumental and musicianship skills

Violins, Guitars and Trumpets – Oh My!

With our bespoke team training and shared teaching practises, you will be confident in delivering the highest-quality instrumental and vocal tuition.

Instrumental Teaching: Independence and Support

Join our team of passionate, like-minded musicians and use your training and specialisms to deliver solo and small group music lessons across a full school day.
We are dedicated to creating an inclusive teaching environment and accessible resources for primary children and staff, such as props and team training.
We have developed an inclusive learning and teaching model such as short activities and fixed transition times, which allows all children to experience music.
Services we provide to support SEND teaching and learning vary from team training sessions with SENDCo’s, specialised support in class and training for staff.
Most experts agree – remote learning is a means to an end. It’s not the end in itself. As a delivery route with many implementation choices, schools and teachers have great freedom to adopt and adapt lesson plans to optimise pupils’ at home learning experience.
We’ve looked at the 2021 recruitment landscape for primary school teachers, including music and STEAM specialists, and in a series of articles are bringing you the very best insights on Educational Recruitment
In our experience as a leading curricular music provider, Sing Education has looked at the reason why so many music, art and theatre teachers struggle to stay engaged with their chosen career – despite their overwhelming love for children and primary education.

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