What happens at the teachers’ meeting?
There is an opportunity for a school representative i.e. teachers and TAs to find out more about the event at one of the teachers’ meetings to be held at the host secondary school, where the project’s aims and objectives will be introduced. Participation in the event is dependent on a school representative attending this meeting. There is no charge for these meetings as they are fully funded by the Musical Routes Education Hub.
During the meeting, three songs will be introduced to the teachers which will be massed singing items at the final performance and staff will be given useful ideas for introducing them with their children. They will also be given access to an audio copy/words to utilise when teaching the children the massed song items in school. This workshop will last no longer than an hour. Schools may also carry out their own risk assessment at this meeting as it will be held at the performance venue.
You are invited to attend one of the following teachers’ meeting sessions at your chosen high school venue:
What happens following the teachers’ meeting?
Teachers will practise the three massed songs introduced at the teachers’ meeting with the children in school. Each school will prepare one individual item to perform in the concert. This may be an instrumental, vocal or class composition performance.
Saint Helen’s Parish Church,
(in conjunction with Tarporley High School)
Neston High School,
Raby Park Road,
Upton Hall School,
Ellesmere Port Catholic High School,
Birkenhead High School Academy,
Bishop Heber High School
Queens Park High School,
Rudheath Senior Academy,
The Mosslands School,
The Queen’s School,
Wirral Grammar School for Girls,
University Church of England Academy,