Tuesday 15 March 2022,
Online 17.00-18.30 £15
Following her highly popular session last year, Sally-Anne Brown returns to explore ways of working musically in outdoor spaces.
This session will look at:
- some of the challenges of delivering music outside and how to overcome them
- resources and musical activities which can be used in the outdoor environment
- ways to support families beyond the music session in their own creative outdoor music making.
This session is suitable for all Early Years practitioners.
Sally Anne Brown has been a freelance Early Years music practitioner since 2005 following an increasing interest in very young children’s musical interactions and experiences which she witnessed during over 25 years as a woodwind teacher. Sally Anne’s experience includes delivering both ‘open to all’ music sessions in Children’s Centres and community groups and more tailored sessions in nurseries, preschools and schools in North Yorkshire and East Lancashire. She have also worked for several charities on music projects supporting families with young children with visual impairment, with physical disabilities and children for whom English is an additional language. She is also a mentor on the CME:Early Childhood based at CREC in Birmingham.