#GetExploring (for SEND)

#GetExploring a selection of online resources for SEND children and young people!

 

Arts La’Olam: Online Video Jam Sessions (all ages)

Fiston Lusambo Online Video Jam Sessions: free weekly music workshops for people with disabilities and their families and carers. No music experience required! All musical levels welcome. These creative sessions encourage participants to use an instrument if they have one or use their voice, or items from around their home.

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Soundabout Live!

Interactive music-making sessions every Tuesday & Saturday at 2pm. Every Live! session is stored on their YouTube page. You can play, pause, rewind and view as many times as you like and on any device.

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Soundabout Inclusive Choir

A fully inclusive and accessible virtual choir.

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Heart n Soul – Soundlab

SoundLab is an innovative digital music making project. It explores ways of using music technology to encourage people with learning disabilities to create music and sound experiences.

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BBC Bring the Noise – SEND music teaching guides and tutorials

A series of short films demonstrating different techniques for teaching music activities to SEND pupils.

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BBC Bring the Noise – five songs in British Sign Language (BSL)

BBC Bring the Noise have produced five films with songs in British Sign Language (BSL). Learn to sign and dance-a-long to the songs.

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Chrome Music Lab

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

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English Touring Opera

Inclusive online music workshops for children with SEND every Wednesday at 11am. All previous workshops are also available on the website.

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Bloom (App)

Bloom creates a relaxing ambience that is visually pleasing. Makes drone like sounds by tapping on a colourful screen. It can motivate students to sing or hum over the top and sounds particularly cool with metal percussion (this could be improvised using household items!)

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Loopseque/Loopseque kids (App)

Create a beat by touching light up squares on a screen. Loopseque can be used to teach rhythm and pulse by getting students to move/tap or play in time. Can also motivate them to improvise over the top and can encourage students to sing if they have a funky beat to back them.

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Skratch (App)

Skratch is a simple pad instrument that you can record 4 different sounds into. Could be instrumental,vocal or everyday sounds. Press the coloured pads to make some music. Could also make up games of trying to copy the sequence or press the correct colour.

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Musical Autoharp (App)

A nice sounding instrument that is easy to play by swiping a finger up and down the screen. Musical Autoharp could be used to improvise or do musical activities such as going up and down, playing and stopping or fast and slow.

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