We are delighted to report that Dr Jonathan Savage, Managing Director of UCan Play and Chair of Trustees of the Love Music Trust, will be participating in the RNCM’s music education conference, Pathways to Progression, on Friday 28th June.
This event will take the opportunity to reconsider how we, as music educators, can support our young learners through transition points on their musical journeys and to help them overcome barriers to be the best possible musicians at every stage in their school life and beyond.
Key note speakers include:
- Professor Linda Merrick, Principal, RNCM
- Jimmy Rotheram, Music Coordinator, Feversham Primary Academy, Bradford
- Carolyn Baxendale MBE, Head of Bolton Music Service
- Kate Campbell-Green, Head of Tameside Music Service
Later in the day there will be choice of breakout sessions and Dr Savage will contributing to a panel event exploring the decline in the teaching of A Level Music and looking at how this might be reversed.
Delegates will have choice of a range of interactive breakout sessions including: Topical discussion and debate led by leading practitioners: transitioning from primary to secondary school; addressing the decline of GCSE and A level Music.
The event is suitable for music teachers from all sectors, including primary and secondary schools, sixth form/FE colleges, music services, and universities. Book Your Place The full conference rate is £60 (£50 + VAT). Please see our website for details of early bird discounts. The fee includes conference attendance, lunch and refreshments. To view the Conference programme and to book your place, please visit rncm.ac.uk/musiceducationconference
We’ll look forward to seeing you there!