Trinity Music: What's on? Summer 2022
BY: John Molloy
04 May 2022
At Trinity, we have a strong focus on teacher support and we offer this in a variety of ways across a range of music qualifications and assessments. One of our approaches is to run a termly programme of free online events based on different themes so that teachers can take part in valuable professional development opportunities and become better equipped to support their students. Read on to learn about the webinars and other online events taking place this summer term...
Upcoming events and webinars
We have a range of free online events happening this summer term which we hope you will find useful. Simply click on the links below to sign up and secure your place:
- 18 May at 4pm: Trinity Network Event - progression with assessment for Music Education Hubs and Services
Connect with fellow Music Education Hubs and Services to explore how to support progression using a range of assessment and accreditation opportunities.
- 6 June at 4pm: Music making in the Primary classroom - Arts Award & Charanga
This webinar will focus on supporting development of teacher confidence in delivering music in the primary classroom - whether you are a music specialist or a non-specialist.
- 15 June at 4pm: Trinity Rock & Pop: Real Songs | Real Skills | Real Progress
Find out about our Rock & Pop syllabuses, exam options and supporting resources. We will explore some of our favourite pieces in the syllabus, a range of teaching options and both our face-to-face exam and Digital Grade entry routes.
- 21 June at 4pm: Trinity Network Event - Singing in the Primary Classroom
Share your challenges, successes and questions with other professionals - both from music, education and cross-over practitioners.
- 30 June at 4pm: A parent's/carer's guide to Digital Grades & Diplomas
If you are entering your child for a Digital Grade or Diploma for the first time and unsure of what exactly is involved, join us for this useful webinar that will take you through the process and what exactly you will need to do. It's also a great chance to put any questions to the team!
- 20 July at 4pm: Trinity Network Event - Careers in Music
Trinity examiners and experts will discuss what conservatoires and professionals look for in prospective students or professional musicians and explore wider career opportunities available in the sector.
We do hope you can join us at these events. We also run online events specifically for drama teachers and Arts Award, visit What's on? Drama and What's on? Arts Award to find all the details, and look out for our refreshed programme of support events in the early autumn.
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