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The Big Sing for Mini Singers 2018: At the Seaside
All spaces are now full for this event. Please complete the form below and if spaces become available we will be in touch.
Put your sunglasses and sun hats on for this hour of music all about the sea, sand, sun cream and sandcastles. We’ll sing and dance around as crabs, sharks and mermaids to some of your favourite tunes and new songs.
We are delighted to support schools with Arts Award and Artsmark; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in talking further about either.
The ‘At the Seaside’ resource pack contains curriculum linked songs about the sea, sand, sun cream and sandcastles. This project includes staff training at Sage Gateshead late Spring term, high quality resources to use in your classroom throughout the year, a half day workshop in your school in the Summer term and space for 1 or 2 classes to attend the final performance in Sage Two on either Wednesday 27th June (PM option only) or Thursday 28th June (AM or PM option) 2018.
When: Staff training on Tuesday 17 April 2018 at Sage Gateshead, a half day workshop in your school in the Summer term and a final performances in Sage Two on Wednesday 27th June (PM option only) or Thursday 28th June (AM or PM option) 2018.
Where: At Sage Gateshead and in your school
Who: Foundation and Key Stage 1
Group size: Up to 70 people
Price: £210 for up to 33 people. £350 for up to 70 people. Total number to include both students and staff, additional people will be charged at £4 per head.
How to book: All spaces are now full for this event. Please complete the form below and if spaces become available we will be in touch.
Never been part of a Big Sing for Mini Singers project before? Want to know more? Check out our film below.
Project supported by
The Big Sing and Big Sing for Mini Singers is supported by The Kavli Trust. The Big Sing programme brings the joy of singing to more than 3,000 children in schools across the North East and Cumbria region, culminating in a series of inspirational concerts at Sage Gateshead. The Kavli Trust, which owns Norway’s Kavli group, produces the well-known Kavli and Primula spreadable cheeses and Q-Meieriene dairy products as well as other food products in Norway, Sweden, Finland and the UK have worked with Sage Gateshead since 2014, supporting culture.