Project ID - TIS001040
The Power of Music To develop opportunities for young people in hospital and in our alternative education setting to benefit from music in their lives.

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Project offered at

Belfast Hospital School
BT12 6BE


Karanne McGrath

Student Skills

Music Degree Excellent communication skills Empathy with young people in varying circumstances

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The pupils will enjoy a variety of musical experiences and learn more about musical appreciation

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

the student tutor will have experience of delivering a musical curriculum in an alternative teaching setting

Extra Information

Music therapy and music lessons are an important part of the curriculum in special schools. We aim to give every child in hospital the opportunity to enjoy music in various ways - playing instruments, listening, singing

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