The Lullaby Project

 

Learning Areas:

Music, Speech and language, Attachment, Parental engagement with vulnerable groups, Staff development.

Target Groups: 

Schools, Children's Centres, Nursery's,  Families, Community Groups.

Target age:

Parents and early years (older children on a case by case basis) EAL, SEN etc.

The Lullaby Project focuses on the use of music to support the emotional wellbeing and confidence building of children and their parents and the confidence of staff in their approach to music making.

It demonstrates the way in which active and regular engagement with music supports language development. Through working closely with parents the project is a successful catalyst in building successful relationships between schools and parents. 

Our Musicians will work with up to 15 families in your setting to compose special bespoke songs for each of the children involved. They will run weekly music making settings for a wider group of children and adults in your setting.

Groundswell Arts will also offer a half day of training for your setting to support the staffs development in their own music making. Focusing on parental engagement, bespoke music making, and inclusion.

For more information please read the 'Lullaby Report' by Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, Canterbury University