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5 day School Project
5 days, including a recorded album & concert
‘Will You ‘Like’ Me ?’
Social media project KS2
One day project including a recorded EP and assembly performance
2 or 3 day Projects
2 or 3 days including recorded album & concert. Various options available see below.
Exciting 5 day christmas project including recorded album and christmas concert.
We would love to hear from you to discuss various projects available and find one to suit your school and budget
so please do not hesitate to call us.
Director: Andy Silver – 07980 692688
or email: AndySilver@popuk.org for more details
5 day School Project
A FANTASTIC five day project involving every child in a school, from the EYFS to Year 6. Every pupil is empowered and engaged during this fun and meaningful learning experience through which confidence, determination and pride are promoted and elevated. Children encourage and support each other as they learn all 7 songs to an excellent standard for a professional recording experience before the whole school and the wider community celebrates this achievement with a superb, public pop concert. The impact of this project on pupils, staff, parents and families is clear to see whilst staff are left secure in the knowledge that every child’s musical, social and emotional learning journey has been enriched and supported by the experience.
‘Will you ‘like’ me?’
One day Social media project KS2
A one-day project helping children be aware of the positives and negatives of social media. The day involves the whole school learning a set of 3 songs, specially written for this subject. We will record the children, produce a downloadable EP and end the day with an assembly for parents to hear the children perform the songs.
January 2018 has seen the Children’s Commissioner publish the ‘Life in likes’ report into the impact of social media on children before they reach their teenage years, and makes a series of recommendations for the future. It looks at positive and negative impacts of social media on young people and ways in which they can be helped to understand the issue affecting all 8-12 year olds.
The report finds that children are particularly conscious about how they use social media at the time they move from primary to secondary school when identity and peer approval become more important to them but that it can impact them long before this. The report comes up with a number of ways in which schools, parents and other organisations can build young people’s digital literacy and resilience.
Yr 7 St Joseph School - 'Will You 'Like' Me?' project
2 or 3 day projects
“2-day PopUK” – for KS2 only. The first day will involve two 1.5 hour sessions; the morning of the second day will be the recording session; the concert for parents will then take place in both the afternoon and evening. We also have an exciting Easter project for KS2 with specially written songs for Easter. Parents pay £2 for their concert ticket.
“ 3-day PopUK” – for the whole school. Book our standard project which is delivered in 3 days. Parents pay £2 for their concert ticket.
An exciting celebration of Christmas for everyone!
- Benefits…. (Just a few!)
- Christmas Production & Recording Album organised within 5 days.
- Christmas Production Concert on your chosen date.
- Brilliant Christmas songs including a Christmas medley!
- Boost staff morale at what can be a stressful time of year.
- Staff record their Christmas medley!
- Project doesn’t impact on curriculum time compared with schools organising their own performance.
- Adapt the teaching for more RE or SMSC focus if required.
- Relieve staff of writing/planning/sourcing/rehearsing.
- Christmas script provided so children have the opportunity to be readers as well as Pop Stars!
- Parents love it, everyone is involved!
- All equipment for performance provided.
Kingsland C.E Academy
Staff of Morecambe Road School!
“In all the years I have been at Cheadle Heath Primary I have never seen the children so inspired by a single project. It poignantly involved every child from reception to Y6 and crossed all cultural and religious divides. PopUK is inspirational and energised the whole school. I knew that the PopUK experience would be good but never did I expect it to be this good!” and I really mean it!”
Christine Meekley – Head, Cheadle Heath Primary