IMPs (Inclusive Music Projects) - Junior IMPs in Local Primary Schools
- Location: Primary Schools
- Time: varies
- Cost: Please contact us for details
Who are Junior IMPs sessions for?
Junior IMPs activities are aimed at primary aged pupils in KS1 and KS2. Children with additional needs and challenging circumstances are particularly welcomed.
IMPs sessions are led by qualified community musicians and workshop leaders. Our leaders are experienced in working with young people with learning difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, communication or consciousness disorders including Autism, or a combination of the above.
Taking part in Junior IMPs helps children:
- Develop new musical, language and literacy skills
- Learn new communication skills, including how to use simple signs
- Grow in confidence
- Develop skills in listening to others and turn-taking
- Recognise and respect differences
- Learn that friends care for and support each other
What happens in a typical Junior IMPs session?
Typical session activities include:
- Lively warm-ups and music/movement games
- Learning to sing and sign simple songs
- Learning to sign basic phrases, such as "My name is..."
- Trying out a range of instruments
- Creating original music and soundscapes
If you'd like to talk to us about delivering Junior IMPs activities at your school, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01904 626965 for a chat.