We offer 10 week training and delivery programmes in the Sounds of Intent assessment framework for schools & teachers. Sounds of Intent is an assessment framework for those making music […]
Another Exchanging Notes term has been and gone at Belvue School in Ealing and we are about to begin the summer term, which will see us finishing off year 1 […]
This video clip shows an extract from a session at ‘Abbots Lea at Matthew Arnold’ – a specialised assessment service for pupils aged 3 – 7 years with complex needs. […]
This was originally posted as a blog by Jon Hering, but it’s such a great example of how the Sounds of Intent framework can be used to assess musical activity […]
Natalie is a pupil at Stephen Hawking School in Limehouse, London. In this video she is participating in call and response, singing a song called ‘Nanuma‘, which is a traditional […]
This video is from one of the Sounds Of Intent sessions currently taking place at Cherry Garden School in Bermondsey, London. In the video, Amy is playing the electric guitar […]
Assessing the musical development of children with complex needs has long been a fairly unexplored area of education in this country. In special schools in particular it is common for music to be taught by non-specialists who lack the confidence, planning time and resources to bring out the potential in their students.
Based on extensive research and observations over 10 years, Sounds of Intent is an assessment framework for those making music with children and young people with learning difficulties (ranging from […]
For this latest blog post I am looking back at the work I did earlier in the year at Abbots Lea at Matthew Arnold, helping to introduce the Sounds of Intent musical assessment framework.
Step Up! Webinar Series – Showing the Doing A Toolkit for Inclusive Music Making Music Hubs, music teachers, leaders and tutors, get to grips with the building blocks of […]