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SfP KnowledgeHub Webinars Series 5

SfP KnowledgeHub Webinars Series 5

SfP KnowledgeHub weekly webinars are designed to give you a host of useful tips and suggestions on a wide range of choral and musical topics to put into practice, both now and when choirs are ready to resume activities safely against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic. Each webinar takes place on a Wednesday at 7:00pm, lasting for 40 minutes unless specified otherwise – and we’re delighted to be welcoming four external guest presenters for Series 5.

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Webinars in the fifth series:

4 November – Webinar #21:
A Star is Born: Planning and Delivering a Primary School Carol Service, led by Mother Carrie Thompson **already held** 

11 November – Webinar #22:
Introducing Gospel Music to Choirs, led by Themba Mvula **already held** 

18 November – Webinar #23:
Everything Including the Kitchen Sink!, led by Simone Rebello**already held** 

25 November – Webinar #24:
Online School Resources, led by Ula Weber
Find out how to access and use the best online school resources. From the interactive singing games of Ex Cathedra Singing Playgrounds to specially commissioned children’s songs by Friday Afternoons, there’s a wealth of top quality material out there, to develop singing in every school setting. 

2 December – Webinar #25:
Social Prescribing and Choirs, led by Baz Chapman and Emily Foulkes
Social Prescribing is an important feature of the NHS Long Term Plan, and is seeing increasing numbers of people directed to activities in their local areas – including singing groups – to support their health and wellbeing. Explore how Social Prescribing works, how it could affect your choir, and how to make your choir Social Prescribing-ready.

Event Details

Webinar 1: November 04, 2020

Webinar 2: November 11, 2020

Webinar 3: November 18, 2020

Webinar 4: November 25, 2020

Webinar 5: December 02, 2020

Start time: 19:00

End time: 19:45

Venue: Online Webinar


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