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  • BBC Ten Pieces Tour

Are teaching materials provided?

BBC Resources

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4lz0vpshsfVvDbD95F3v8xB/ten-pieces-resources

Kidenza Resources

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The teaching materials are primarily aimed at primary schools.

For secondary schools we are able to provide parts for pupils wishing to perform alongside our musicians (pupils wishing to perform must be able to sight read and be at Grate 5 or above).


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Frequently asked questions

What is Ten Pieces?

Ten Pieces is an exciting new initiative for primary schools, led by BBC Learning and the BBC Performing groups, focusing on classical music and creativity.

Why should my school take part?

The project will help schools to deliver key aspects of the educational curriculum, including learning about the works of great composers, composing and performing.

How will it work?

We are asking secondary schools to act as venues for the concerts, which will be open to attendance by primary school pupils from local schools

When will the concerts take place?

We will commence our tour in Bath Abbey on Tuesday 24th February 2015 to over 1000 primary school pupils from Bath and surrounding areas.

What age group are the concerts for?

The concerts are suitable for all children from Foundation to KS4.

Are teaching materials provided?

Teaching materials are provided by the BBC. We will provide links to those schools taking part.

How do I sign up?

Find out how your primary or secondary school can sign up

What are the options for venue hosts?

If you are hosting a day of concerts at your school you have 3 options available to you.

What are the Ten pieces?

Find out what the Ten Piece are.

Partnerships and Supporters

  • Music Mark
  • Art Council
  • Sigred Rausing Trust
  • Ann Bryant
  • BBC Ten Pieces

Contact Us

Telephone: 01732 362820

Email: info@kidenza.co.uk

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