Vocal Projects in Schools

Let’s Sing projects for KS1 or KS2

5 weekly sessions of 45 minutes with one of our vocal specialists working with your chosen class. Fun singing sessions will be tailored to meet the needs of the students, who will learn a variety of repertoire and musical skills in line with the National Curriculum and your class topics for the term. Where appropriate the project can culminate in a short performance of their work.

The NMPAT Big Sing

The annual NMPAT Big Sing brings schools together to perform as a large choir in a prestigious venue in March each year. Participation is by invitation and subject to a nominal participation charge of £150 per school. Please indicate on your SLA return if you would like to request an application form for inclusion in the Big Sing, but places are limited and cannot be guaranteed. 

Academy/Trust Singing Projects and Big Sings

We can provide an opportunity for your Academy Chain, or local schools, to collaborate on a combined choral event. These projects are tailored to the needs of the specific group of schools. These opportunities include large scale Big Sings or smaller scale cluster sings depending on the amount of schools/students taking part. Fees are agreed on the basis of the project requested and a varying scale of project management can be negotiated. If you would like to discuss either a singing or a large scale Big Sing, please contact Beth Hodgson, Head of Vocal BHodgson@NMPAT.co.uk

Prices

  • 'Let's Sing' project for KS1 or KS2
    £225
    The price listed is per class.
  • The NMPAT Big Sing
    £150
    The price listed is per school.
  • Cluster ProjectsAcademy/Trust cluster projects and Big Sings
    By negotiation

Applications from clusters to provide a bespoke Big Sing experience are welcomed and subject to individual negotiation. Costs will be dependent on the amount of vocal input and administration required from NMPAT.

Make an enquiry

For all enquiries related to vocal projects please contact Beth Hodgson, Head of Vocal Studies, BHodgson@NMPAT.co.uk

"All children should have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument"

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