Fledgeling Music’s nursery and school program is dynamic, energetic and fun. Children and teachers love the curriculum designed for them as it wraps up the National Curriculum in an exciting bundle bursting with extra creativity and wonderment.
With Fledgeling Music’s holistic approach all the six areas of learning are naturally key to the experience. Children develop musical skills and expression through all the senses but particularly kinesthetic, using dance and whole body physical movement to re enforce their learning of timbre rhythm and beat.
Fledgeling Music’s playful approach underpins not only musical education but children’s education as a whole, whilst supporting their growing social awareness and celebrating and respecting each child’s amazing individuality and abilities. Children’s confidence and awareness of their own skills are encouraged to flourish and grow.
Lorna has been teaching a weekly music class for the last 7 years. The sessions are fun and lively. The sessions show a progression of skills the children are learning. It has been great to see this year that skills learnt at pre- school sessions have been remembered now the children have started school. The children really enjoy the Fledgeling Music and ask every day ‘Is Lorna coming today?’ As a teacher not specialising in music these sessions have been brilliant in supporting and developing my own musical skills too!”
Holt Primary School Reception
Lorna has been teaching my Key Stage One class music for 6 years. She puts in a great deal of time and effort into preparing and planning her lessons which the children thoroughly enjoy! She covers all the requirements of the National Curriculum and way beyond. Her lessons are, like her, full of energy and most of all FUN!
Mrs D Brown
Lorna’s love and pleasure in music shines through in her dedication and hard work in
ensuring children enjoy every single moment of their music sessions with her.
Every child has gained an understanding of music through Lorna’s huge variety of
music activities as well as a new found confidence in their ability to explore music,
whether it’s through dance, song, or instruments.
Miss S Collins