COVID-19 may have changed the educational landscape for now, but Charanga can help to ensure music is, or remains, central to your curriculum.
Over 10,500 schools and 41,000 teachers are now actively using the Charanga platform to enrich their students’ learning. In the past few months, Yumu, its integrated learning space, has supported over three quarters of a million children.
Teaching music safely
You can rely on Charanga’s award-winning Scheme to deliver excellent, progressive learning, and be sure it’s safe while the current advice is in place. The resource is being refreshed for the new term to also offer alternatives to singing and playing blown instruments.
With children and young people having to cope with isolation, remote schooling and the pressures of having to ‘catch up’, we believe it’s all the more important to help maintain their well-being through music.
We’re here to ensure all teachers get the most from our platform. You’ll have all the resources, training and everyday support you need to teach music safely, and the means to deliver blended, home or school-based learning. Consistency is maintained and no child is disadvantaged.
Yet to explore Charanga?
For a complimentary trial, visit here to start a 30-day trial. You can then register for one of our free topical webinars to see what Charanga can do for you, your teachers and students.
If you have any questions whatsoever, we’d love to hear from you. You can reach us by email or by telephoning 01273 823 900.
Music can be transformative. Together, we can ensure it is very much a part of your school.