Interactive Music-Making

“Interactive Music-Making is what early years is all about.  What better inclusive environment can you think of?”  
Dimitrios Kontozisis, Deputy Head-Specialist Leader in Education,
Clyde Nursery School and Children's Centre

“Interactive Music-Making allows all children to communicate and share their ideas with others.”  
Stephen Harris, Head Teacher at James Wolfe School

Interactive Music-Making is a child-centred approach to music-making, which promotes positive relationships and fosters each child’s individual potential. It uses techniques drawn from music therapy within an approach designed to make music integral part of children’s early development opportunities, supporting skills associated with social communication, including attention and listening, non-verbal and verbal communication, turn-taking and sharing.  Training comprises 12-weekly teaching sessions, with an emphasis on practical learning which can be applied directly in the workplace as the course unfolds, followed by a practical assignment (running interactive music-making sessions for a small group of children in the course participant’s early years setting).

"The dialogue I’ve had with a little boy in my group who is selective mute, on the drum has been completely mindblowing.  After his first sessions his key worker said to me ‘He’s so much more confident.’"

Interactive Music-Maker 

 Click here to download our information leaflet 'What is Interactive Music-Making?'. 

Applications to the course are welcome from 16th May to 2nd August 2019.
Download the Student Application Form to apply for a self-funded or subsidised place. To apply for an IMM Award, you will need to fill out the Student Application Form as well as an IMM Award Form (to be completed by your setting manager). Please send completed forms to freyagibbs@musicastherapy.org
        

Interactive Music-Making is the joint initiative of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Music Therapy Service and Music as Therapy International.  

     

 

 

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