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School singing 'can boost children's well-being'

Discussion in 'Music' started by psylocke24, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. Thanks for sharing I actually wanted to enrol my son in acting lessons for kids, not for making him an actor but for him to learn to express himself because I notice that he is very shy.
     
  2. Yes - I work for the Voices Foundation and have also done some work for the very good Sing-up Project in Hertfordshire. The key to success is a good sound methodology for teaching music (song based at first) and support for school staff that enables projects to be sustainable.
     

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