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Music at Heart Online Interactive Workshop

Penny Osmond and Ayozie Pollendine are practitioners of Music at Heart, a therapeutic community singing intervention for mothers with perinatal mental health issues and their babies. In this interactive session they will share some of the practice they have developed for working with vulnerable mothers, sing together and try out some creative processes as a group.

Over the next 2 years the Little Beats programme will be working in Lowestoft. Our aim is to create a place based network of early years music providers, facilitators and musicians. Throughout the programme will work with locally established and emerging musicians. Our musicians will work to develop and deliver musical activities to 0-5’s and their families. We aim to improve wellbeing, child development and musical engagement for preschool children by developing the skills of selected musicians and early years facilitators.

Session details

  • Dates and times

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  • Who's it for

    Early Years practitioners and musicians.
  • Venue

    Online

    Please contact the project officer or book online for more information or if you have any access needs.

How to attend

To book your free place or find out more, contact Kasia on kasia@suffolkartlink.org.uk or 07704 068 327 or book online.

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