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Blue Scars
This song is part of the larger ‘ In Our Own Words ’ resource based on The Full English Extra project with the National Coal Mining Museum for England and the Wakefield Music Education Hub. It was used in a project working with Key Stage 1 and...
   
The Miner's Dream
This song is part of the larger ‘ In Our Own Words ’ resource based on The Full English Extra project with the National Coal Mining Museum for England and the Wakefield Music Education Hub. It was used in a project working with Key Stage 1 and...
   
Collier Lads - choral arrangement
Arranged by Bryony Griffith. Collected from an unknown singer on the South/West Yorkshire border by Nigel Hudleston, three verses of this song and the tune appear in 'Songs of the Ridings - The Yorkshire Music Museum - collected by Nigel &...
 
Pony Driver
This song is part of the larger ‘ In Our Own Words ’ resource based on The Full English Extra project with the National Coal Mining Museum for England and the Wakefield Music Education Hub. This song demonstrates Yorkshire dialect and mining...
   
A Collier Lad
This song is part of the larger ‘ In Our Own Words ’ resource based on The Full English Extra project with the National Coal Mining Museum for England and the Wakefield Music Education Hub. It was used in a project working with Key Stage 1 and...
   
In Our Own Words: exploring coal mining through folk song
Written by Bryony Griffith in partnership with the National Coal Mining Museum for England and Wakefield Music Education Hub. This project aimed to inspire the learning and engagement of primary school pupils with the context, history and...
   
Swords and Stars: Rapper Dance for Primary Schools
Written by Lucy Huzzard and Bryony Griffith, with diagrams by Will Hampson. A resource for teachers and dance artists working with primary school age pupils. It includes written notes, audio files, and links to various YouTube clips. Rapper...
   
A Sailor's Life Key Stage 1
Written by Hazel Askew and Martha Burns Findlay. This learning resource has been designed to inspire and support primary school teachers and pupils to explore the life of sailors aboard Nelson’s Navy through music, history and literacy, creating...
   
A Sailor's Life Key Stage 2
Written by Hazel Askew and Martha Burns Findlay. This learning resource has been designed to inspire and support primary school teachers and pupils to explore the life of sailors aboard Nelson’s Navy through music, history and literacy, creating...
   
Black Sailors and Sea Shanties
Black Sailors and Sea Shanties This pack explores the influence of black sailors on sea shanties and presents three songs with accompanying sheet music, recordings and activities - arranged by artists Adriano Adewale and Hazel Askew. EFDSS is...
   
Vocal Warm Ups
Vocal Warm Ups Vocal warm ups are great ways to start sessions with children, young people and adults. It is considered good practice to warm up the voice gently with a range of physical stretching and breathing exercises, and then start...
 
Buttered Peas/Butter'd Pease by Sheena Masson
Buttered Peas by Sheena Masson Sheena Masson, from Camden Music Service, arranged this piece for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils in Camden. The following parts are included in the PDF which you can download from the PDF tab at the top of this panel. The...
 

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