Who does the show cater for?
Our conference programme encompasses a number of sessions applicable to:
- Early Years practitioners
- Primary classroom teachers
- Secondary classroom teachers
- Instrumental teachers
- Drama workshop leaders
- Heads of Department
- Hub and Music Service Leaders, Management & Administration
So, if you’re involved in any aspect of music and drama education, we have a programme for you!
We present a wide variety of sessions from award-winning educators, institutions and organisations via:
- Interactive workshops
- Panel debates
And covering a range of topics:
- Warm-ups, schemes of work and lesson plan ideas
- New educational trends & approaches
- Policy & funding
- SEND & Inclusion
What happens when you put 1,000 passionate music and drama educators in one room? Lots of great conversation, of course! We know how important the sharing of ideas is, particularly when so many teachers find themselves running one person departments.
Expect a number of networking ‘happenings’ across our theatres and catering areas so that you can meet friends old and new, make some new contacts and take away lots of inspiring ideas. Peer-to-peer sharing – it’s what it’s all about!
How often do you get the chance to try out a huge number of products all in one room?
Our exhibition floor features some of the leading retailers, publishers, institutions and organisations in the music and drama sector. Representing a number of brands, you’ll be able to browse and compare a number of products and resources, ensuring you find the right match for your studio, classroom or department.
And the even better news? Most of our exhibitors will be offering exclusive show discounts for the duration of the event.