Visit each groups page for the full list of dates (www.musiconsea.co.uk/ensembles). All existing members are required to complete the membership form by visiting www.southend.gov.uk/musicmembership. New members can register by emailing email@example.com
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All dates for the Autumn term can be found on the specific group/ensemble page
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Southend Academy of Music
Southend Youth Orchestra
Voices on Sea
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There will be a drop in session at the Southend Adult Community College, Ambleside Drive, SS1 2UP, 9.30am-11.30am on both Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st July for those wishing to return an instrument. When arriving at the College please ask for Music on Sea at the Main Reception.
Instruments can only be returned to a member of the Music on Sea Team which must be by appointment or at the drop in session. Members of staff at the Southend Adult Community College will not be able to accept instruments in our absence. Under no circumstances should an instrument be returned to a school or passed on to another student.
If you are unable to make the session mentioned above please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange another date for the instrument to be returned towards the end of the holidays. If you have not informed Music on Sea by Monday 9th September that you wish to return the instrument you will be invoiced for the Autumn term hire fee.
Music on Sea School Survey
As part our funding agreement with Arts Council England we are required to submit information about music provision in Southend schools.
Please help us by completing the audit for the 2018-19 academic year. Click here to access the Primary survey or click here to access the Secondary survey.
Please complete the survey even if you don’t use Music on Sea for your instrument delivery as we need an overall picture of all music provision in our schools.
While the survey is kept easy to complete and user friendly there are some numbers you will need to gather before starting the survey:
Number of pupils receiving Whole Class Instrumental Teaching (Primary only)
Pupils receiving instrumental tuition broken down into: Key Stage; boys; girls; PPG funding; SEND register; PPG and SEND (See note in questions); 1 to 1 individual; small group (2 to 5); large group (6 to 12)
Numbers attending school ensembles and groups. If a pupil attends more than one, include them in all totals
Please complete the survey by Wednesday 31st July
If you have any questions please contact us on email@example.com
FREE DJ Workshop Opportunities for Secondary Schools - application deadline this Thursday
This term we have funded a 10 week DJ workshop course for two secondary schools, enabling over 30 students to take part and gain a Bronze Arts Awards at the same time.
We have committed to fund the workshops for 2 secondary schools for Autumn term 2019 and are now welcoming applications from Southend Secondary schools (either Maintained or Academy). Interested schools are required to submit a short proposal of why they should be chosen and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Thursday 4th July.
The chosen schools will be notified by 10th July with the workshops starting in September. The workshops will take place on Tuesdays with School A running 9.00-10.00 and 10.00-11.00 and School B 13.00-14.00 and 14.00-15.00, with 10 students in each session.
Please indicate which time slot suits your school when applying. The workshops work best with students from Years 8 and 9.