The Pilot Programme ran in three Lincolnshire Primary Schools between September 2014 and March 2015. It was designed by the Headteachers to close the attainment gap for Pupil Premium children through engaging in music technology activities. Teachers developed sufficient skills with music technology over the duration of the Pilot Programme to independently lead music sessions.
Feedback from the teachers, pupils and parents is excellent with respect to pupil attainment across a number of areas including:
- core skills and core learning
- personal outcomes such as improved confidence, concentration, and collaborative group working
- developing creativity, musicality and self-expression
- progression within the school and at home
Frequency is provided by soundLINCS using school iPads, and funded through Pupil Premium funds. The Programme is based on the Universal Provision model and takes the form of weekly sessions (within school time) for whole class groups. Each class group is selected by the school. Teacher CPD is included as an integral element of the Programme.
Frequency has recently been featured as a Case Study for Inspire Music, highlighting great stories, tracks, videos and reports that have emerged from the project.
To arrange Frequency for your school please contact soundLINCS on 01522 510073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequency’s Pilot Programme was funded by The Mighty Creatives, Nettleham Church of England Junior School, Marton Primary School and Sturton by Stow Primary School.