Fledglings Foundation Course

Fledglings

 A one year Foundation Course for reception class children

Fledglings is an introduction to music through singing and movement, leading up to performances at the end of each term.

 

Our last 2 sessions of the Spring term were online and very successful, please see a sample below! We will continue online in the Summer term, until we are able to resume sessions in person at Haggerston School.

 

 

 


Course structure

Working with a coaching team of Music Director and Accompanist, children are introduced to a range of vocal repertoire, encouraged to try solos and contribute ideas, and given a range of tools to develop their confidence and team-work.

 

Singing and Movement
Introduces students to the joy of performing and expressing their emotions through song, focusing on developing singing skills in a healthy way. They cover breathing, posture, intonation, timbre and learning to sing as part of a large group of performers.

Musicianship
Develops musical literacy and understanding through students’ very own musical instrument – their voice! They develop their understanding of pitch, rhythm, dynamics and tempo through interactive vocal and physical exercises as well as written and aural skills.

Performances
A chance for everyone to showcase their skills and what they have learned.

 


Timetable

Saturdays

Fledglings 09.00 – 09.50am

 


Click here for term dates.

The timetable for the year is sorted over the Summer holidays, and you will be notified of your timetable in September before term starts. There may occasionally also be some movement of times between terms, which you will be notified of before the term starts. Please note that timings are advisory only, and are subject to change.

 


 


To apply for a new student with a sibling already in The Saturday Programme
Please click below:

Apply  Now! Sibling Student

 


Please read the eligibility, fees and the application process page here >

 


After Fledglings

Upon exiting the Fledglings Foundation Course, students opt to start either on the CYMH Red Programme or as an I Can Sing! Mini (dependent upon availability).

 


 

 

 Photos: Clive Barda