Fees: Standard £ 91 Conc £35 Full £225 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only
|Friday||10:00 - 12:00||10||MAC||27/09/2019||06/12/2019||DP1050|
|Friday||10:00 - 12:00||10||MAC||10/01/2020||20/03/2020||DP2050|
|Friday||10:00 - 12:00||10||MAC||24/04/2020||10/07/2020||DP3050|
The course will cover musical performance and all of the skills needed to succesfully perform to an audience. This will mainly be through singing, learning to sing well as well as playing as part of a band to accompany each of the songs learnt.
Learners with learning disabilities and disabilities who love music and enjoy singing or playing an instrument.
No previous experience is necessary.
Sing songs as part of a small group. Play simple rhythms and beats. Perform in front of an audience. Sing a solo song
Learners will have an interview before joining the class. Each session will include whole group work, individual work and pair/small group work. Tutors encourage independence and give support to each individual learner as appropriate.
Learners will be able to use their skills at home. Support workers may like to use techniques learnt in the class with learners at home to reinforce their learning.
Your tutor will assess your starting point and develop your Individual Learning Plan. Throughout the course you will be assessed by your tutor and LSA against the course and your own personal goals.
Learners can continue with the class at the same level, move onto the Pre-Employment Skills project, progress to Employment based courses or onto Inclusive classes or mainstream provision
Suitable clothing and footwear
There is a Learning Support Assistant in every class to give special help where needed and support the tutor in class, along with learners own personal support if necessary. Specialist aids are also available such as hearing loops, roller-ball mice, large and keyboards. Makaton symbols and images are used where possible to help understanding. Senior Learning Support Assistants are available to support with enrolling, information, guidance and communicating with learners homes. Tutors who have the same learner will also work together to make sure all teaching and support is pulling the same way across all their classes