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Using Folk Music to Enhance Inclusive Learning

 

Using Folk Music to Enhance Inclusive Learning

This pack details how Wren Music worked in Pathfield School, a special school for children aged 3 – 19 years with severe, profound and complex needs including autism.  The pack describes the communication strategies that were followed, warm ups, the choice of material used, the activities that were developed, and how involvement in the project can be charted detailing individual pupil's 'p' level achievements.

The pack can be downloaded from the document tab at the top of this panel.

Audio recordings of the three pieces used in this project can be freely downloaded (or streamed) from the audio tab at the top of this panel.

A short 5 min film about the project, filmed at Pathfield School, can also be freely downloaded (or streamed) from the video tab at the top of this panel.

 

The Full English project at Pathfield School, Barnstaple, Devon

More videos

  • The Full English project at Pathfield School, Barnstaple, Devon
    Download: mp4 (101.83MB) ogv (146.84MB)
  • Audio 01: Barnstaple Fair - Wren Music

    Download: mp3(7.87MB) ogg(5.44MB)
  • Audio 02: Lines On Frost - Wren Music

    Download: mp3(6.24MB) ogg(4.81MB)
  • Audio 03: Rodney So Bold - Wren Music

    Download: mp3(12.00MB) ogg(8.92MB)

Digital Archive records related to this item

Note that these links take you to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website which holds the full archival details of the material. Material on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website is not censored or expurgated and may contain material considered offensive by modern standards.

Maps on the Full English site related to this item

Note that these links take you to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website which holds the full archival details of the material. Material on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website is not censored or expurgated and may contain material considered offensive by modern standards.