In Harmony Telford and Stoke-on-Trent: Engaging Children with
Special Educational Needs
Evaluation report on accessibility, inclusivity and impact for children with additional needs (May - October 2015)
The report ‘In Harmony Telford and Stoke-on-Trent: Engaging Children with Special Educational Needs’ contains seven case studies of young people involved in the In Harmony Telford and Stoke programme. It evaluates the way the young people interact with the programme and considers the impact of the programme for children with additional needs.
Funded by Youth Music the report contains analysis of the well-being and involvement of children with additional needs.
Help me sing: promoting
vocalisations in music sessions with learners with profound and multiple
SLD Experience Summer (2016)
This research looks at the
opportunities for, and responses to, proactive contributions and creative output during pre-composed lyric based songs and non lyric-based supported singing within a music session. It investigates whether singing to
learners with PMLD provides an opportunity to sing with them, and whether either method of practice offers more opportunity for musical independence, prompts increased
responses, musical conversation or creativity from the learners.