“Thank you for the whole experience. We look forward to the concert every year. It is expertly run from the initial booking, the staff training session, the scheme of work and the amazing concert at the end. It is a high-light of the year for both my class, myself and TA.”
Primary Teacher, 2020
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Schools’ Concerts support the National Curriculum, enriching children’s understanding of music, and supporting the Singing and Listening strands of the Model Music Curriculum. They are also a fantastic way to experience a live art form when working towards the Discover and Explore Arts Awards, and could contribute to an Artsmark award.
With your booking, you will receive access to a scheme of work that supplies a term’s worth of music lessons, and also works across the curriculum, connecting to different subjects. The scheme includes lesson plans, recordings, activities, and online digital resources - everything you need to prepare your class for their trip!
We run INSET sessions for Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers. Come and develop your music teaching skills, get an introduction to the scheme of work and get new ideas for musical games and activities.
We also provide you with detailed information before you arrive, including a risk assessment, parking information and everything else you need for a safe and successful trip that is easy to manage. When you arrive at our venue, you will be met by one of our fantastic front of house team members, who will look after you and get you to your seats.
Then just sit back, relax and let us entertain you and your class!
Our concerts are designed to be enjoyed by all children, and we can accommodate special schools and schools with essential accessibility requirements. One concert in each series will include a British Sign Language interpreter.
Book with confidence
In the event of a cancelled performance, we will offer you the choice of a full refund or credit note towards future Schools Concerts.
For more information please contact us on 0151 210 2904 or email@example.com
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