royal_college_musicRCM Sparks is the Royal College of Music’s groundbreaking Learning and Participation programme which provides opportunities for everyone to make or learn about music at the RCM and offers training for the next generation of music educators. The core work of RCM Sparks is to widen participation in music. Therefore, their projects aim to offer inspirational learning experiences for all regardless of financial means.

They are looking for a passionate and creative Early Years music practitioner to deliver an exciting pilot programme to hard-to-reach-families in North Kensington starting in February 2016.

Mini Sparks for 0-3 year olds and their carers will run every Wednesday morning 10.30-11.30am from 3 February to 23 March (8 sessions) and between 13 April & 20 July (10 sessions) at St Clement Church, part of the ClementJames Centre in Treadgold Street, W11.

The project will be supported by Royal College of Music musicians who will receive bespoke Early Years training.

Fee: £1800 (including planning and project meetings, paid on receipt of an invoice for each four week period)

Please send a CV and covering letter (and any questions) to Katy Hemingway katy.hemingway@rcm.ac.uk by Thursday 14th January. Interviews will take place on Monday 18th January.

Find out more: http://www.rcm.ac.uk/sparks/projects/earlyyears/