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Singing Out! : 12 exciting new pop songs to teach social, moral, spiritual and cultural learning

Author: Andy Silver, Prepared for publication by Collins Music
Format: Other Format
Publication Date: 13-08-2015
ISBN: 978-1-4729-2055-3
Pages: 48

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A collection of 12 uplifting pop songs to encourage children's social, moral, spiritual and cultural learning (SMSC), PSHE and RE. Each song is written in a popular style children will love singing, reminding them of High School Musical, The Script, Michael Buble, Lady Gaga and more. These big hitting pop songs approach serious topics sensitively.

This exciting collection of twelve new pop songs is written by Andy Silver, who has tried and tested these songs with schools across the country as part of the PopUK project. The songs are written with lyrics which enable schools to teach SMSC, PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Education, as required by Ofsted, through music. Covering values including Thankfulness, Humility, Endurance, Compassion, Trust, Peace, Forgiveness, Friendship and Justice, these catchy songs are suitable for those of all faiths or none and will teach, inspire and bring people together.

The book includes includes backing tracks and demonstration tracks, alongside videos synchronizing lyric display with the music to get everyone Singing Out! with confidence.

The songs are really current, so cool and vibey with great production
Matt Brind –Arranger and Conductor

Excellent music to teach PSHE and to inspire and model responsible citizenship
Phil Gadsby – Senior Improvement Adviser, Stockport Council

These songs will ignite your school with vibrant singing! They combine meaningful lyrics with a contemporary pop style, which children love
Andrew Warren – Director Britannia Teaching School Alliance

Singing Out! offers an innovative resource that replaces currently available materials, which are dated and overused. Its style matches children’s modern and ever-evolving taste in music”
Ellen McDairmid – Primary School Teacher