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Music and Mindfulness with children and young people
Wed 8 February 2017, 14:00 – 17:00 GMT
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PLEASE NOTE THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED - BUT IF YOU REGISTER NOW YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF ANY SPARE PLACES COME UP, AND WHEN THE WORKSHOP IS REPEATED LATER THIS YEAR.
This practical workshop is aimed at both non-music teachers and music teachers/tutors, Key Stages 1 &2 (also suitable for anyone interested)
- Explore how you can set a mood and foster a learning environment using music making and listening
- Learn techniques that have been proven to increase achievement
- Practical exercises and tools to take away and use straight away in the classroom
Matthew Hemson (BTh, BSc) is a consultant within the education and mental health sectors. He has extensive experience in working with organisations to co-create unique, enabling environments that foster outstanding academic and pro-social progress. Matthew is also a Play Therapist specialising in Music & Jungian Sandtray. He delivers training in Therapeutic Intervention Skills and Values Led Community Engagement throughout the UK. He is a visiting lecturer at UWE.
This is the second Music and Mindfulness session run by Wiltshire Music Connect. Previous participants said:
"This has confirmed and provided evidence that listening and performing music in itself is a mindfulness exercise which improves behaviour and attitude to other areas of school life."
"I had very little experience before the workshop and now have a range of techniques up my sleeve!"
"Outstanding! Enabled us all to feel confident and comfortable to share experiences and knowledge,whilst learning lots"
"WOW!! Matthew is amazing and brilliant at facilitating team sharing and empowerment.Thanks!"
Presented in partnership with Salisbury Arts Centre