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Starting the year with high expectations – and plenty of singing

A new blog post from MEL Teacher Advocate, Katie Hasler.

30th September 2016

“I imagine that most music teachers are similar in finding the start of the academic year something of a whirlwind – meeting new classes, implementing new schemes of work (this year more than ever with the new specifications for GCSE and A Level) and on top of that, gathering new repertoire and galvanising the students for extra-curricular ensembles. And so, when I was asked to write this blog post reflecting on my priorities for September, it took me a moment to step back from all the chaos and work out what they actually were – apart from staying afloat! Having thought back over the lessons I’ve taught in the last few weeks, though, two key themes stand out.”

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