Don’t forget to take part in activities linked to RSE Day 2020 on Thursday 25 June – please note that the link to the web page where you can find information and where the live streaming will be held has changed and is now http://ow.ly/RZ1I50Afklj
Lots of information and further links can be found below:
Nottingham Music Service are proud to be a part of RSE Day 2020 alongside other local Arts organisations, and we hope you will enjoy the activities that we have created:
10.50am – Secondary activity
Nottingham Music Hub explore collaboration and cooperation through the music of Liam Bailey. Nottingham musician Liam sings the emotional song ‘Love My Neighbour’, performed as part of the Hockley Hustle festival 2017. Claire Dyer analyses Liam’s words and encourages us to think about the meaning behind the song. The task is to think about Liam’s lyrics: what is he trying to say? Can you create a story, poem, rap or song based on the themes of Liam’s song?
11.00am – Activity suitable for All
Nottingham Music Hub explore collaboration and cooperation through the song ‘If Every Child Could’. This song is a collaborative piece written and performed by pupils in Nottingham schools. What would happen if every child could? Using the phrase ‘If every child could…’ create your own set of lyrics – collaborate with your family or classmates!
11.20am – Activity suitable for age 7 – Adult
Nottingham Music Hub explore collaboration and cooperation through the Voces 8 method. Join Graham as he takes us through a vocal collaboration piece, using 8 different musical ideas from across the world and layering them to create a piece of music. Have fun with your family, classmates and teachers producing a wonderful collaborative piece of music following Graham’s instructions!
Music from Nottingham Music Hub – listen along to a selection of music as you eat your lunch!
We can’t wait to hear how you get on with these challenges, and hope that you have a really great day on RSE Day 2020!