Herefordshire School Music Conference 2022 - EYFS
Encore Music Service invites all our EYFS collegaues to join Wendy Wilson-Goddard (former Early Years Consultant for Hertfordshire) for a fun, practical music making session exploring how musical activities can support and enhance all the areas of the EYFS framework.
The workshop, delivered as part of this year’s Herefordshire School Music Conference, will take place on Thursday 31st March 2022 from 10:05am - 11:20am. For just £25, EYFS colleagues can also enjoy the Keynote Address, given by the always inspirational Sue Nicholls (EYFS specialist) at 9:15am, followed by Wendy’s workshop. Registration opens at 8:45am with refreshments available.
To take advantage of this special opportunity, please complete the online booking form below. For further details please contact Roger Wiebkin (Senior Manager): firstname.lastname@example.org
Research shows that regular child and adult led musical activity in the early years supports the development of language and communication, physical development, personal, social and emotional development and provides opportunities to examine and explore the world around us and develop maths and literacy skills.
Wendy explains that, although music is mentioned briefly in the expressive arts and design area of the early years framework, it can also be an incredibly valuable tool for delivering both prime and specific areas of learning and development. There is also, of course, the case for including music in our curriculum for music’s sake. It brings people joy and comfort, it can soothe us, energise us, make us laugh and give us a sense of wellbeing. Music communicates and brings us together in a shared enjoyment and helps us forge relationships.