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Inclusive Music Teaching
Beth has much experience in making music with and teaching music to participants who have learning disabilities, neurodivergence, physical disabilities and sensory impairments.
Developing accessible and differentiated notation systems formed part of Beth's research for her MSc in Applied Psychology of Intellectual Disabilities, drawing from Professor Adam Ockelford's work on the Sounds of Intent Framework. Beth enjoys teaching flute and piano; as well as exploring tuned and un-tuned percussion and singing. Beth was awarded a distinction for the ABRSM Instrumental Teaching Diploma and is also a qualified Community Music Wales tutor.

To discuss music teaching and music making, please use the Contact page to get in touch.
"There’s no doubt that music lessons are of an enormous benefit to G on so many  different levels.  He is learning, he is exploring, he is enjoying himself and also he’s getting a great sense of achievement from making music. We are very fortunate in having a very skilled professional like Beth working with G.  She is certainly making a huge difference to his life. " - Student's Parent
As part of this work, Beth is a trustee (and previous secretary and chair) of Birmingham based charity Melody who promote instrumental tuition for children and young people with learning disabilities.
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