NMPAT is delivering a series of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for school teachers to help develop all areas of professional practice. These are designed to cover all key stages and every aspect of the curriculum.
Designed by Deputy Head Chris Hiscock, these courses will be delivered by Chris or leading practitioners from the world of music education to help develop the workforce in Northamptonshire and Rutland.
Presented by Sue Nicholls
NMPAT in partnership with other East Midlands Hubs (MEHEM) have commissioned and produced three short Continuing Professional Development videos to support generalist primary teachers in their planning and delivery of composing activities in the Music National Curriculum.
All three CPD videos are FREE to Northamptonshire primary schools.
Below is a short trailer which provides an overview of each video, followed by a link to the MEHEM website where you will find the individual videos.
To view the videos you will require a pass code. To obtain a pass code, please email the NMPAT office: email@example.com
The three training videos are delivered by Sue Nicholls, a national leader in primary music education, an experienced trainer with a national reputation and author of a huge range of publications for Collins and other publishers.
All courses will take place at the NMPAT centre at 125 Kettering Road, Northampton unless otherwise indicated.
Tea and coffee is provided , however, where courses are a full day, lunch is not provided
Date and Time
Bringing books to life with music
Friday 15 May 2020 from 1pm to 4pm
Bringing books to life with music – booking form to follow
The Certificate for Music Educators (Trinity CME) is a brand new qualification for music educators working with children and young people in the UK. It is designed to enable music educators to gain recognition for their work while benefiting from opportunities to develop their practice.
The Certificate for Music Educators CME) is a level 4 qualification suitable for anyone who works as a music educator, including instrumental and vocal teachers, early years and primary teachers, community musicians and workshop leaders and professional musicians who undertake education work.
There are two routes for local practitioners to follow to gain this qualification:
Who is it for?
Music Education Hubs East Midlands (MEHEM) CME course
For experienced and qualified classroom teachers lacking experience in delivering the music curriculum