We can say this was an 'inclusive' session because there was a role for everyone, with open permission to play, listen and be creative. The atmosphere was respectful, playful, and trusting. No one was excluded.
We can also say it was an 'integrated' session because everyone there was bringing different skills to the room. J from Jean Rees taught the Chilton Trinity students some Makaton which they then incorporated in to some conducting. Everyone worked together to craft and perform small pieces of new music.
|Some leadership skills emerging|
We are running these sessions to explore what happens when you bring peer groups together from different settings, and to see how communication develops with music as the medium.
Well! today certainly had a big warm glow, and the room was full of life affirming sound.