BBC Ten Pieces opens up the world of classical music to 7-14 year-olds, introducing them to inspiring music and empowering them to make their own creative responses.
The new set of ten pieces focus on composers that have changed the way we think of classical & orchestral music.
Learn how to get creative with music with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) days for teachers.
Lesson plans, films and downloads to help you explore the stories and secrets behind thirty classical music pieces.
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Lesson plans and downloads to help you introduce your class to classical works by Holst, Sibelius and Vaughan Williams.
Lesson plans, audio downloads and resources for 30 classical works including Bach, Beethoven and Mozart.
Bespoke secondary lesson plans and resources for classical pieces from Ten Pieces series two and three.
A simple way to learn to read & play music which has been designed to enable people with additional support needs.
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Shows student how to create their own original dance moves with help from the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.
In this EXTRA lesson children learn to make transitions and dance in pairs and groups.
Emotional responses to music and composition with Naomi Wilkinson, Alex James, and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.