#GetExploring (for primary ages)

#GetExploring a selection of online resources for primary children!

 

The Beat Goes On (ages 5-11)

Beat Goes On is a collection of body percussion videos. The founder of this company, Ollie Tunmer (a former cast member of the hit show STOMP) will be streaming a live body percussion workshop every day at 11am on his YouTube channel. No instruments required!

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Self-Isolate | Create | Animate (ages 9+)

A weekly video series of creative musical challenges for you to respond to.

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Chrome Music Lab (ages 7-11)

Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on musical experiments.

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BBC Bring the Noise (KS1/KS2)

5 musical ideas to try with children at home. If you’re self isolating or caring for children at home with schools closed these simple ideas will help keep little ones occupied while encouraging them to explore and learn about music.

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BBC Ten Pieces (ages 7-11)

Explore the stories and secrets hidden in these classical pieces of music. For each piece you will find free teaching resources, exciting short films, lesson plans, arrangements and more.

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Out of the Ark Music (5-11 years old)

To help with the rhythms and routines of your new daily life, Out of the Ark Music are releasing seven songs, one for each day, all with challenges and activities related to each song.

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English Touring Opera (5-11 years old)

Weekly singing lessons with professional opera singers which are fun and informative, aimed at making real improvements in singing, performance, confidence, basic music theory and musicality.

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Virtual Benedetti Sessions (all ages)

Three weeks of consistent, scheduled online tuition and inspiration, preparing collectively for a final weekend of activity celebrating the coming together of our global music community.

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Royal Opera House : Hansel and Gretel Immersive (KS1/KS2)

Join CITV presenter Luke Franks as he visits the Royal Opera House and meets a host of young singers who introduce him to the opera Hansel and Gretel.

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Team Tutti (KS2)

To encourage creativity whilst supporting music education for children in KS2 during this difficult period, M:Tech Education have launched a free interactive learning resource which is available to all schools and children immediately.

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Friday Afternoons (KS1/KS2)

Friday Afternoons is a free resource which connects teachers and young people with contemporary composers, through high-quality songs. The Song Bank contains scores, lyrics sheets and backing tracks for over 70 contemporary classical songs, plus associated resources aimed at supporting teachers to deliver singing sessions, including Charanga resources, worksheets, and videos designed for young people and teachers.

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Quarantunes! (all ages)

Access to online pieces of music for varying levels and abilities, from beginner to advanced, for flute, saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, guitar, trombone, drums, fife and piano.

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