The Power of the Kodàly Approach

The Power of the Kodàly Approach

Kodàly believed that music should be found at the heart of the community, through the sharing of folk songs and games relevant to its people. Kodàly spent many years collecting folk songs, and from these he believed the elements of music could be taught through fun musical experiences. This would embed a lifelong love of music throughout a community and further enrich a musical culture in society.

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The Christmas Nativity

The Christmas Nativity

December Blog: The Christmas Nativity The October half-term disappears, and music teachers and co-ordinators up and down the country brace themsel...

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In Conversation with Kinetika Bloco

In Conversation with Kinetika Bloco

In conversation with Tamzyn French, Manager at Kinetika Bloco


As we approach October, lots of teachers will be celebrating Black History Month. What will this look like in your school? How might this differ depending on the children you teach? Is there opportunity for us to look beyond October to immerse our children and young people in Black musical cultures, inspirations, composers and musicians? Are we truly representing the children we teach?

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