Kris Karra, Managing Director for NOTION Music UK, told us, "We are pleased to receive this accreditation. Music - classical or popular - has much to offer. Not only is it educational, it improves concentration, and encourages children to expand their horizons. What's more, collective music making creates a sense of team spirit and achievement which can be invaluable to a child's development."
Curriculum Online is central to the Government's drive to transform teaching and learning in schools by improving access to ICT and multimedia resources for all pupils. To help bring about this aim, the Government set aside substantial funds in the form of eLCs for schools to spend on multimedia resources. Curriculum Online lists all multimedia resources to support teaching and learning that schools can buy with its eLCs and other funds.
NOTION 2.0 and PROTÃ‰GÃ‰ 2.0 are both advanced music programs that allow children and adults alike to learn about, compose and perform music. Both programs are easy to use, and pupils can use the software to create and conduct original compositions from a sound library recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra. In addition the software can be used as a teaching tool for music teachers to accompany students with a full orchestra and control the tempo. It can also be used to help pupils build music theory skills, enabling them to develop better musicianship.
Pricing and Availability:
NOTION 2.0 is available to schools for Â£199 and PROTÃ‰GÃ‰ 2.0 for Â£42.