Charanga Sing is a brand new teaching resource aimed at encouraging everyone to sing more! Extensive research has shown the undeniably positive impact singing has on emotional, physical and mental well-being. This is the reason why
The Friday Afternoons Big Sing is the culmination of a very exciting singing project and will take place on 28th November 2014. There is still time for your school to take part and tell the world
Autumn 2 addition to Musical School Scheme Charanga’s new Scheme for the National Curriculum now boasts week by week resources for Reception year. Autumn 1 was launched last term and we are happy to announce that Autumn 2
All six units, containing 12 songs from Benjamin Britten’s “Friday Afternoons” are now available free to download. Each song has scores for 22 instruments, superb variable accompaniments in different genres, lesson plans, assessment and extensions activities.
Kim Chandler is the female singer you can hear on all Charanga Musical School units and on many of the songs throughout the Charanga resources. She is one of the UK’s top contemporary vocal coaches and
Zootime, a reggae song for children, is a new resource that has been added to Charanga Musical School and Charanga Music World Professional. As well as learning to sing, play, improvise and compose with this song, children
New resources “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” and “Three Little Birds” have been added to the inspira Pops library in Charanga Musical School under the KS2 tab and in Charanga Music Coach under the KS3 tab.
Charanga, in partnership with Aldeburgh Music, is producing new, exciting and contemporary digital resources to support Benjamin Britten’s “Friday Afternoons”. The first Unit of Work with resources for the songs “Ee-oh!” and “The Useful Plough”, is
With songs from nursery rhymes to Bon Jovi and ABBA, classroom music teachers particularly will be delighted with the Song Centre added to Charanga Musical School, which is a modern music curriculum for the whole school
Friday Afternoons is a nationwide singing project led by Aldeburgh Music, culminating on Britten’s birthday – 22 November 2013. The initiative, which forms part of Aldeburgh Music’s Britten Centenary programme and the worldwide Britten 100 celebrations,