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Amplify your school's music culture with Musical Dots workshops
The chart quality of our original music, the live instrumentation, our appropriate lyrics and animated characters are highly engaging and enhance well-being within the schools we work with.
In our workshops Anna, Meg and The Dots take Early Years and Key Stage One children on an adventure to Musicality. They engage with a range of musical experiences guaranteed to spark enthusiasm for music and learning.
The Dots: Forte, Pianissimo, Legato, Staccato and Harmony represent contrasting personality types and play different instruments. They effortlessly embed lasting knowledge of music theory, instrument families and music appreciation.
The Dots show how we learn from each other’s differences, playing their best music when they work as a team. They are proven to inspire confidence and empathy.
We are passionate our workshop content resonates long after our visit. To ensure this is possible we equip every school with a Musical Dots Toolkit and conclude visits with a teacher reflection, question and answer session to support developed teaching practice.
Pop your contact details in at the top of this page and we will be in touch with a Musical Dots Workshop Pack. We tailor workshop days to each individual school so look forward to discussing your needs further.
A note from Anna & Meg
When you overlap quality music with PSHE the effects are wonderfully powerful. Having taught in schools ourselves our digital whiteboard resources are available at a click and designed to support classroom teachers in their day to day.
We love introducing EYFS and KS1 children to The Dots, seeing them captivated and inspired, and equally love showing teachers how Musical Dots can become part of school life.
We can’t wait to meet you and your school!
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What teachers are saying
We worked with Portway Primary School in Newham throughout the creation of Musical Dots. The school was recently awarded Outstanding in their 2019 Ofsted inspection: a leap from previously being categorised as a school in Special Measures.