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Musical Pathways Friday 23 to Saturday 24 September 2011 Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre, Stone, StaffordshireÂ ST15 ONL Sponsored by
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National Conference 2011 Friday, Saturday 23-24 September 2011 Welcome to the 2011 NAME Conference. The title of this year’s conference is Musical Pathways. In this uncertain time, rather than a theme we took a title which I hoped would have relevance whatever the outcomes of the many and varied reviews taking place. We live in a rapidly changing world and we continually have to adapt to changing situations. With this in mind and taking the premise that our learning is never complete, the idea of musical journeys started to form. What are our first musical experiences? In the mother’s womb, being bounced on a grandparent’s knee, being sung to sleep? What influence did this have and are these experiences the beginning of a musical pathway throughout life? We constantly build on experiences, which in turn can lead us on to explore other avenues. Did you learn to play a particular instrument by chance or just have the desire and the good fortune to be able to take up a particular instrument? What are the musical pathways available for young people and how do these pathways affect young people’s learning and opportunities? As music educators, are we consciously aware of the routes that our students have followed so far and where they would like to go? Awareness of the links and issues of transition between foundation stage through to university and how to strengthen these links can make the case for music stronger and encourage us to develop further and investigate our understanding of musical development. Research presentations will reflect the conference theme. For example, Catherine Preston considers the spurs or obstacles influencing young people’s decisions to continue their music education beyond Year 9, Stephanie Pitts, looking at chances and choices, investigates the longterm impact of music education and Marion Young describes research undertaken for the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Music Bridges project into students’ musical identities in transition from primary to secondary schools.
OUP’s Assessment in Music) and Margareta Burrell (music educator, music therapist and director of Stepping into Music). A session led by Jonathan Westrup of Drake Music will focus on improving music provision for all SEN/disabled students. The conference offers opportunities to discuss with colleagues from across the music education sector the latest ideas and debate the current musical landscape. How will current education policy affect our ability to make interesting and engaging musical journeys? Keynote speakers include Professor Graham Welch (president of the International Society for Music Education [ISME] and chair of music education at the Institute of Education University of London), Richard McNicol (music animateur), Mick Waters (former director of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority and champion of the search for innovative and effective models for teaching and learning) and Mark Phillips HMI (Ofsted National Adviser for Music). The Conference is sponsored by the English Folk Dance and Song Society, Inspire-works, Music Village, Notion Music, Rockschool, Roland and Trinity Guildhall. We are grateful for their support. Visit the extensive exhibition to keep up to date with the latest resources from NAME corporate members. And, as always, the conference provides lots of opportunities for networking, catching up with old friends and meeting new ones. You’ll be inspired and refreshed! Book now for the earlybird rate available until 30 June. You can book and pay online. Go to the NAME website http://www.name.org. uk/conferences/name-national-conference-2011#signup For more information contact Helen Fraser, NAME Business Manager, on 01629 760791 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to seeing you in September at Yarnfield Park.
The conference includes a wide range of practical workshops and seminars to inspire and encourage reflection across the age ranges. Workshop leaders include Scott Stroman (a uniquely broad musician active as a conductor, composer, trombonist, and singer in jazz, classical, and world music), David Lawrence (director of several national youth choirs), children’s music teacher and author Ann Bryant on introducing classical music through stories, Judith Ennis (SEN Music Teacher of the year), Kat Davidson and Fred Phethean on combining folk ballads and rapping for Key Stages 3 and 4, Martin Fautley (acclaimed author of
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A New Deal? Securing improved music provision for SEN/disabled students postHenley Drake Music
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Friday 23 September 09:00
Plenary Session 1 Keynote speaker : Richard McNicol Music Animateur
Coffee and Resources Exhibition
Conduct Becoming – Leading from the Front (KS3/4) David Lawrence
Singing (Early years/KS1) Helen Bretherick
Music Moves (KS1/2) Margareta Burrell
Notation for Songwriters and Guitarists (KS3/4) NOTION Music
Progression in music from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4 – research presentation Catherine Preston
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Resources Exhibition and Posters
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Rock with Glocks for pupils with special needs Judith Ennis
Band Coaching in Rock (KS3/4) Rockschool
Jazz Improvisation Singing (KS3/4) Scott Stroman
Research Presentation Teacher attitudes to the Trinity Guildhall/The Open University KS2 CPD programme for Wider Opportunities staff Helen Coll and Martin Fautley
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Plenary Session 2 Keynote speaker: Graham Welch Chair of Music Education, Institute of Education University of London; President of International Society for Music Education (ISME); Chair of Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research (SEMPRE)
From Classroom to Choir (KS2) David Lawrence
SoundStart Debut (KS2) Helen Bretherick
Music Moves (Early Years) Margareta Burrell
Jazz Improvisation Singing (KS3/4) Scott Stroman
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Resources Exhibition and Posters
Annual General Meeting
Plenary Session 3 Keynote speaker: Mark Phillips HMI Ofsted National Adviser for Music
Coffee and Resources Exhibition
Using folk music to build a class ensemble (KS2/3) Kat Davidson and Fred Phethean Sponsored by English Folk Dance and Song Society
Day 2 Programme
F olk Ballads and Rapping (KS3/4) Kat Davidson and Fred Phethean Sponsored by English Folk Dance and Song Society
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S tudents’ Musical Identities in Transition: Primary to Secondary School Transfer – research presentation Marion Long for the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Musical Bridges project
D ebate led by NAME Advisers, Inspectors & Consultants Focus Group
Making Classical Music Enjoyable Through Story, Movement and Percussion (KS1/2) Ann Bryant
Assessment in the Classroom (KS3/4) Martin Fautley
Tea and Resources Exhibition
Tuned Percussion (KS2) Sarah Hennessy
The Digital Performer (KS3/4) – performing with music technology Duncan Macleod
Chances and choices: investigating the long-term impact of music education – research presentation Stephanie Pitts
Plenary Session 4 Keynote speaker: Mick Waters Professor of Education and President of the Curriculum Foundation
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Keynote Speakers Saturday 24 September
10:15 Richard McNicol For the past 30 years, Richard McNicol has initiated and led hundreds of education projects and concerts throughout the UK, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Scandinavia, Israel, Canada and the USA. He is frequently brought in as a consultant when orchestras begin their own education programmes, a role that has taken him to many countries. In 2002 he was invited by Simon Rattle to create an education programme for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. The ensuing and enormously influential programme Zukunft@BPhil continues to have a significant impact both within the city and throughout Germany. For 13 years Richard was the London Symphony Orchestra’s Music Animateur. He currently leads the education programme of the Klavier Festival Ruhr and presents concerts and projects with the Orchestre de Paris. In 2004, he was awarded Honorary Membership of the Royal Philharmonic Society in recognition of his pioneering work in music education.
10:15 Mark Phillips Mark Phillips taught in schools for over twenty years, and worked in local authority music and advisory services, before being appointed Her Majesty’s Inspector in September 2006. He was a member of the HMI team that produced the ‘Making More of Music’ and teaching leaflets in 2009, and became Ofsted’s National Adviser for Music in January 2010. In addition to leading Ofsted’s music survey inspections, Mark also continues to lead Section 5 inspections and visits to schools causing concern.
17:15 Graham Welch Professor Graham Welch holds the Institute of Education, University of London Established Chair of Music Education and is Head of the Department of Early Childhood and Primary Education. He is President of the International Society for Music Education (ISME), elected Chair of the Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research (SEMPRE) and a member of the AHRC Review College for Music. Current Visiting Professorships include the Universities of Queensland (Australia), Limerick (Eire) and Roehampton (UK). Publications number over two hundred and seventy and embrace musical development, music education, teacher education, the psychology of music, singing and voice science, as well as music in special education and disability.
16:45 Mick Waters Mick Waters is Professor of Education at Wolverhampton University. He is president of the Curriculum Foundation, which seeks to promote the potential of the whole curriculum. He was previously Director of Curriculum at the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA).
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