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    DLP Music Action Plan 2011 - 12 DLP Music Action Plan 2011 - 12 Infographic Transcript

    • DLP Music Development Plan 2011 - 12 Looking for Support Step 1. Consider School feedback from Pre Area Review Offering Leadership or collaboration DLP Schools Collaborative Self Evaluation Framework (source: Area Review 2011) The DLP SEF is based on three stages thatSource Date Agreed Shared Development Priorities Cockwood DCC Exminster Gatehouse Kenn Kenton Oaklands Ratcliffe Starcross Westcliff influence how well we perform as a partnership ofPre Area Review 31/5/11 After school music teachers on site schools.Pre Area Review 31/5/11 Peripatetic music teachersPre Area Review 31/5/11 Enabling each child to learn an instrument throughout year 1.The development priorities of each individual school (source; individual school SEF and SDP)Pre Area Review 31/5/11 Access to ICT support for musicPre Area Review 31/5/11 Whole school productions (dance, drama, music, art) 2. Agreement on which priorities can be addressed Choir, Wind Band through collaboration. (source; agreement byPre Area Review 31/5/11 Boys singing KS2 schools)Pre Area Review 31/5/11 Collaborative performancesPre Area Review 31/5/11 Support for large projects 3. Effective collaboration by Action Groups toPre Area Review 31/5/11 Music Room availability address those shared priorities. Choir, Wind BandPre Area Review 31/5/11 Music funding in school Step 2. Consider other useful information that indicates areas where school improvement is needed School Performance: Other Useful dataSource Date Description To suggest further links to useful data email Cockwood DCC Exminster Gatehouse Kenn Kenton Oaklands Ratcliffe Starcross Westcliff david.dlp@me.comSchool websites Current Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link LinkDfE Performance Tables 2010 Link Link Link Link Link Link Link LinkOfsted Reports Current Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link Link LinkDevon County Council Current Link page for several key Education Statistics Step 3. Prepare DLP Music ACTION Plan Music Action PlanDLP Music Action Group 2011-12. Objectives defined by their impact on pupils1. To improve the confidence of all pupils including G&T musicians in public performance.Success Criteria. •DLP Choir holding regular performances at Westcliff Primary School •G&T DLP Orchestra established and performing in public together regularly, including the Olympiad performance •Positive attendance, feedback from pupils and parentsAutumn Term Actions By when Who? Monitoring Cost Details •Set up DLP G&T Orchestra to rehearse at Exminster Primary School, 15:00 – 16:00 School Music Leads Ian Moore £300.00 15 sessions x £40 = £600 (£300 every 2 weeks (transport expected from parents). Up to 4 G&T KS2 children from each input from DLP G7T Action Group) Primary School and Year 7 from the Community College to attend.Spring Term Actions •DLP G&T Orchestra to rehearse at Exminster Primary School, 15:00 – 16:00 every 2 School Music Leads Ian Moore weeks (transport expected from parents). Up to 4 G&T KS2 children from each Primary School and Year 7 from the Community College to attend. •DLP Choir to rehearse at Westcliff Primary School, details to be confirmed Yvonne Mugford Ian Moore •Rehearsals for Olympiad Project School Music Leads Ian Moore •G&T Musicians to be involved in composition and performance in the Bath Philharmonic JW Ian Moore ProjectSummer Term Actions •DLP G&T Orchestra to rehearse at Exminster Primary School, 15:00 – 16:00 every 2 School Music Leads Ian Moore weeks (transport expected from parents). Up to 4 G&T KS2 children from each Primary School and Year 7 from the Community College to attend. •DLP Choir to rehearse at Westcliff Primary School, details to be confirmed Yvonne Mugford Ian Moore •DLP Samba Band school time 1 workshop each half term (alternate between DCC and Faye Hill/Jon Exminster Primary) and available to all DLP Pupils. Jon Waterworth will joint lead to Waterworth facilitate transition to DCC Samba Band) •Performance at Olympiad Project July 2012 School Music Leads Ian Moore £1,000.00 £1,300.00Evaluation Questions: •Has pupil feedback shown increased confidence in public performance? •Have parent numbers increased in terms of attendance and video sales?2. To increase the number of children engaged in Music remaining engaged on transition.Success Criteria. •All schools holding regular in school performances •Increase in number of pupils continuing with music on transition to secondary phase •Positive feedback from pupils and parentsAutumn Term Actions By when Who? Monitoring Cost Details •Set up next step DLP Samba Band school time 2 workshops recorded and shown to Faye Hill Ian Moore £810.00 other children in each school. Recording arrangements tbc, either Redrock or DLP Videocam in school •Whole Class Brass teaching in DLP Primary Schools Ian Moore £360.00 •Identify Pupils who want to learn an instrument to a deeper and broader level “Next School Music Leads Ian Moore Steps”.Spring Term Actions •Whole Class Brass teaching in DLP Primary Schools Ian Moore £360.00 •Rehearsals for Olympiad Project School Music Leads Ian Moore •G&T Musicians to be involved in composition and performance in the Bath Philharmonic Jon Waterworth £1,200.00 Project •DLP Choir to rehearse at Westcliff Primary School, details to be confirmed Yvonne Mugford Ian Moore •DLP Samba Band school time 1 workshop each half term (alternate between DCC and Faye Hill Exminster Primary) and available to all DLP Pupils.Summer Term Actions •Whole Class Brass teaching in DLP Primary Schools Ian Moore £360.00 •Performance at Olympiad Project July 2012 School Music Leads Ian Moore £2,110.00 •Create links to community choirs/ ensembles to create extra development opportunities for DLP pupils and to identify extra expertise to assist DLP IVT KS2 programme. £5,200.00Evaluation Questions: •Has there been an increase in the number of children engaged in wider opportunity music activities? •Has there been an increase in the number of children continuing with active music engagement on transition to secondary?3. To improve the range and level of Music teaching to children through effective CPDSuccess Criteria. •Teachers, including non Music Leads attending Music CPD eventsAutumn Term Actions By when Who? Monitoring Cost Details •1 day resource making and sharing School Music Leads Ian Moore £1,350.00 •CPD Twilight workshop for all staff led by DLP Music Teachers School Music Leads Ian Moore £60.00 •Identify and address CPD needs within Class Teaching staff (CTs) and Instrumental School Music Leads Ian Moore Specialists (ISs) and Community Musicians (CMs). (With a view of creating a sustainable IVT programme for future years). Consider Trinity Guildhall OU KS2 Music course (free),DMS IVT KS2 inset days (£60 per delegate but paid for through 1.11 budget) and/or LLCs own events.Spring Term Actions •Bath Philharmonic Project, to include CPD evenings for unconfident music teachers. Jon Waterworth Included in Bath Philharmonic cost •CPD Twilight workshop for all staff led by DLP Music Teachers School Music Leads Ian Moore £60.00Summer Term Actions •CPD Twilight workshop for all staff led by DLP Music Teachers School Music Leads Ian Moore £60.00 £1,530.00Evaluation Questions: •Do we have evidence of new or additional activities learning being provided as a result of CPD?4. To improve our capacity provide effective collaborative Music development activities for childrenSuccess Criteria. •Active engagement by all schools in shared Music Action Plan •A suitable shared resource of instruments is always available and in ready to use conditionAutumn Term Actions By when Who? Monitoring Cost Details •Create an online planning resource (PbWorks) accessible to all Music Action Group End October Ian Moore/Christine David Carr members. Fullam •Chair to agree and deliver Music Action Plan End October Ian Moore Amanda £500.00 Somerwill •Music Action Group Meetings On-going Ian Moore Amanda £700.00 Somerwill •Instruments maintained On-going School Music Leads £400.00 •loan instrument sets from DMS (e.g. woodwind and brass. £50 per term per set) School Music Leads Ian Moore •DLP Office support On-going Jan Brown David Carr £200.00Spring Term Actions •Development of ‘how to’ Powerpoints •Music Action Group Meetings Ian Moore Amanda £700.00 Somerwill •DLP Office support Jan Brown David Carr £200.00Summer Term Actions •Music Action Group Meetings On-going Ian Moore Amanda £700.00 Somerwill •DLP Office support On-going Jan Brown David Carr £200.00 £3,600.00Evaluation Questions:•Have all schools been fully involved in collaborative activities?•Has the online PbWorks resource provided improved clarity of purpose and communication for Action Group members? £11,630.00 Planned Expenditure Step 4. DLP Music Development Plan Budget DLP Music Planned Spending 2011 -12ITEM Planned Expenditure £1,300To improve the confidence of all pupils including G&T musicians when performing in public. £1,300.00 £3,600To increase the number of children actively engaged in music. £5,200.00To improve the level of Music teaching to children through effective CPD £1,530.00To improve our capacity provide effective collaborative Music development activities £3,600.00 0 £11,630.00 £1,530 £5,200 Actual Expenditure DLP Music Actual Spending 2011 -12 ITEM Actual Expenditure To improve the confidence of all pupils including G&T musicians when performing in public. 0 To increase the number of children actively engaged in music. 0 To improve the level of Music teaching to children through effective CPD 0 100% To improve our capacity provide effective collaborative Music development activities 0 0 Other useful information Press Releases and other Media coverage DLP Website Posts Date Image Link to item Date and Link Image Link to item 14/11/2010 Facebook Item 14/11/2010 DLP Website Examples only 09/07/2010 Oaklands Park Newsletter 27/05/2011 DLP Website