Hey Music Teachers!
Want to free up your time to be your most amazing self? Want to join a community of teachers receiving high quality resources & CPD?
Mighty Musical Membership
Designed by music teachers for music teachers to save you time, reduce your workload and eliminate that teacher overwhelm.
And all for the price of a coffee and cake.
Time & Resources
You'd love to relax and binge-watch Netflix with your friends and family in the evenings, but you've still got lessons to plan.....
There are slides to make, examples to find and sheet music examples to create. And that's after you've actually come up with an engaging and worthwhile idea in the first place!
Workload & Training
You'd like to eat some lunch and have a cuppa (and maybe even a toilet break!!) but you haven't quite finished making your resources for this afternoon....
And you can't even remember the last time you were allowed 'out' to get some training!
Overwhelm & Isolation
You'd love to have someone to help you understand all those new specs and school policies. You feel a little alone and have so much to do....
Even if there are other music teachers in your school there's not much time for casual chat or to bounce ideas around. And if you're a one person department...when was the last time you actually saw another music teacher???
How can the Mighty Musical Membership Help Me?
With access to 4 incredible libraries of resources you'll never be alone or stuck for ideas again! Need inspiration or help? Check out the schemes of work, or pop along to the next virtual department meeting.
Have a look at the libraries and you'll see what extraordinary value we can offer!
Part 1: Monthly Live Online Training
Monthly online training given by music teachers and industry experts especially for music teachers. Update your skills and work on your personal development without having to request a day off, set cover, beg for some budget or work out travel logistics. Learn more skills from the comfort of your sofa.
Part 2: Monthly Live Online Department Meeting
Do you feel a little alone? Come along and become part of our virtual music department. The 'agenda' is agreed beforehand so you will get a chance to submit any questions you have in advance and the community will strive to help you in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
If you can't make these events live, they will be added to the recordings library, so you will always have these to look back on and refer to.
Future Training Includes....
Ollie Tunmer - Beat Goes On - presents 'Body Percussion with Literacy' - using creative writing as a stimulus for percussion composition
Jo May - Spoons Workshop
Guitar Tots - Using the Guitar in Lessons
James Manwaring - Director of Music at Windsor Learning Partnership - Using Technology at KS2/3
Paul Mansell - Ukelele School
Robin Launder - Behaviour Buddy - Evidence-Based Teaching - how does the brain learn, and does this fit with what we know about effective teaching strategies
Ravishing Resources & Perfect Paperwork
Posters, Instrumental Charts, Theory Guides and Interactive Starter Games. All those pesky little resources you wished you had time to make but just never got around to doing.
Your department paperwork is also sorted for you! Spend more time being a teacher and less time being an administrator!
Need a letter for instrumental Lessons or a Risk Assessment completing? It's all done for you right here.
Fully accessible on any device, including our own app!
Stop spending hours searching the internet for the 'perfect' resource. All our Schemes are fully editable and include project ideas and resources for Listening, Performance and Composition work. Full contextual information is supplied, as are a selection of learning outcomes and assessment materials. You have the flexibility to deliver age and ability appropriate lessons.
Please note that whilst these can be used for any age range, they are currently most suited to KS2-3, with a new membership coming next year for KS4-5 resources.
Some of the Schemes Currently Available Are:
- Baroque: Bach dances, Hallelujah Chorus, Trumpet Voluntary and Pachelbel, of course! Composition projects based on a grand celebration
- Renaissance: Now is the month of Maying, Tallis, Greensleeves and Pavana alla Venezia with composition projects based on Galliard
- Medieval: Mattachins, Salva Nos, Folk tunes and Sumer is Icumen In as well as composition for the grand fayre.
- Rap: Fresh Prince, It's Tricky, Walk this Way and Changes as well as composing for a real life scenario
- Sing the World: Folk songs and techniques from around the world complete with backing tracks
- Samba: Samba de Janeiro, Lambada & Samba Bateria performances and a composition fit for Carnaval
- Programme Music: Vltava, Hall of the Mountain King, Mars and a composition for a journey
- Keyboard Ninja: Ode to Joy, Largo, Canon in D and a Riff-tastic composition
.......as well as lots of listening, theory and contextual materials. Fully accessible on any device, even through our app!
Schemes Coming Soon:
- Music of Africa
- Music of India
- Graphic Scores
Hi, I’m Fran and I’ve been a teacher for 15 years, making music with children of all ages from babies to teenagers.
Although I like to think I'm quite organised and good at planning, last year, with the rest of my performing arts department absent, everything came to a head. I planned, assessed, marked, made resources, ran productions and clubs and analysed data until I could take no more.
Even though I was teaching a new course with a spec I found difficult to follow I was not allowed any time or budget for training. I had not had any music specific CPD for 2 years.
I was overworked and overwhelmed and very alone. I tried to buy or download free resources from the internet but generally found they were poorly made, inflexible or uneditable. So I took a different approach, taking a larger topic such as 'Baroque Music' and making it 'Pick 'n' Mix' and highly adaptable by laying out all the contextual information alongside composition, listening and performance ideas. I could then pick parts of this for KS2 visits, teach it to KS3 and even take parts and use for GCSE classes.
So now, as well as still teaching (in a different school now, in case you were wondering), I help others to overcome the problems I faced, by supplying flexible, high quality and fully editable resources and CPD all in one place.
Monthly online training given by music teachers for music teachers
Music Room Resources
Complete Lesson Implementation Guides
Fully editable slides, worksheets and resources
Video, Audio and Downloadable Materials
Department Paperwork done for you
Community of Music Educators ready to help in the virtual staff room
The opportunity to request specific items to be made for you!
- All available on a handy app