We love to design, build, push our inventions to the limit until they break, then take them apart, fix them, and learn everything about them. The joy of imagining and then bringing your own instrument to life is infectious and we want to share it. We want to inspire inventors who know what to do when stuff goes wrong. We want to show them how to embrace failure, to boost resilience and to grow, independently, through trial and error.
We thought we would share this with your school: bringing Music, the Sciences and Creativity together, in a fantastic new series of experiences.
They say about us
This is first year THAMES has partnered with Conductive Music and so far it has been a big success. We’ve received positive feedback from schools and the sessions we have observed have been highly engaging, informative and creative. The combination of music, science and technology in one project is unique and an excellent way of bringing subjects to life and demonstrating how things work in the real world.
It was lovely to see our group of students engaged and responding well to the new technology. It was broken down so well that all students were able to engage and succeed in meeting the outcome of the workshop.
A great experience for the children. An exciting cross-curricular link between science and music.
This is a fabulous workshop which really engages the children.
Conductive Music brings a new dimension to our offer for children in Camden, and attracts a different group to our Service. The courses have been well-received and we have excellent feedback from parents about the experience.
Working in partnership with Conductive Music has enabled children and young people in Waltham Forest to have access to opportunities to engage with music technology in a fun and original way. The workshops and holiday courses that CM have delivered with Waltham Forest Music Education Hub have been both enjoyable and educational, and have connected with young people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Fantastic to observe children being creative, spontaneous and confident in their exploration of music composition and performance.