Motivational Mornings are designed to motivate children and young people at the beginning of their educational day, allowing young people to release emotional anxieties in a safe environment.
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What's it all about?
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“Music has the power to empower- let’s motivate your mind”
Delivered over 12 weeks with up to 20 children or with whole class groups. Sessions can take place either before the school day or during a morning class session and can be delivered online.
Children learn how to construct a rap, song or spoken word as a way of expressing themselves.
Incorporate our wellbeing tools and techniques to help children develop positive coping strategies to manage their wellbeing
Children receive mentoring to equip them with positive ways to manage their wellbeing
Safe social media education: during sessions we provide essential education on the use of technology in a positive and creative way. This is reinforced by providing information on how to promote music online and protect yourself from negative influences.
We encourage the use of instruments within the sessions, as an additional avenue of expression.
How can we help?
The Motivational Mornings Programme meets government guidelines for achieving many of the outcomes in different subjects across the curriculum, including Music, P.S.H.E, R.S.E, Curriculum, English and P.E. For full details please contact. Email us at email@example.com or call us on 0115 993 2370
We can offer this programme as part of your educational day or as an online package that can be delivered in tutor time to meet the needs of the individuals.
What children achieve from our project
Aims and objectives of the programme
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I recognise my strength and weaknesses and can set myself appropriate targets.
I can show precision, control and fluency in my actions.
Improvise and compose:- and extend and develop musical ideas by drawing on a range of musical styles.
The impact of social media on ourselves (body image, mental health etc.).
How people present themselves online can have positive/negative impacts on others, making decisions about if content is appropriate.
Identify and articulate emotions accurately and sensitively, characteristics of mental health/emotional health, strategies to manage these.