Trinity Music lunchtime chats

Posted by Kate Attard on 18 May 2020

Topic: Music, online, remote delivery

You might have seen on our social media recently that we have been promoting a weekly lunchtime webinar chat where we hear how different organisations have been adapting their delivery of music teaching and learning over the last few weeks.

Here is a roundup of the webinars we have already delivered and how you can access the recordings, as well as an update on our upcoming lunchtime sessions.


Upcoming sessions to register for

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. All webinars take place at 12:30pm.

Tuesday 2 June - Kensington Prep School
Jonathan Burgess will join us to share how they have adapted their music teaching online and various initiatives they have implemented to encourage their students' continued engagement with their musical learning from home including virtual concerts and competitions.


Catch up with previous sessions

You can also catch up with our previous webinars and find the links shared during the webinars here:

Setting up your online teaching practice

We talked Marie McNally who told us about how she went about setting up her online teaching practice having never worked online before.

Some useful links we shared during the webinar:

Access the recording here

Composition with found objects at home

We were joined by James Wedlock and Toby Davies (National Adviser for Rock and Pop) who discussed using found objects at home to make compositions using software like Garageband and how you can use these resources to engage learners online.

Some useful links we shared during the webinar:

Access the recording here

SWeet! Recorders

SWeet! Recorder Consort CIC offers high quality recorder tuition to students aged 8-18 in the London Borough of Lambeth. SWeet! especially welcomes applications from children from low income households, children from ethnic minority backgrounds, children with special needs or disabilities or children who face other special challenges. We heard from Netty Rhodes who told us about their project and how they have adapted their school-based tuition and ensemble activity to work with children at home. She also shared some useful advice about setting up Zoom for the best sound quality including giving some instructions for parents.

Access the recording here

Using Music created during the pandemic to inspire cross curricular learning

Farlington School is an independent all through school in Horsham. We heard from Jane Thomas and David Walker-Smith who will told us about how they decided to directly respond to the pandemic in their online curriculum and introduced a mini cross-curricular module with Spanish and music looking at songs written during the lock-down in Spain.

Some useful links shared during the webinar

Access the recording here