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21st December 14
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NUMU

What is NUMU?


NUMU
is a safe community for young people to showcase their music; collaborate, compete and develop their talent.


NUMU
is the ideal FREE platform to engage and motivate students through music.

NUMU supports the delivery of personalised learning with online 'creative portfolios'

Musical Futures research is the foundation of the NUMU approach and the site is designed to integrate with Musical Futures for example Whole Curriculum Approach portfolios. For more information about Musical Futures and the innovative learning approaches visit www.musicalfutures.org.uk

FREE MEMBERSHIP


Lancashire Music Service has funded free membership for all of Lancashire's schools which includes all training needs. If you have not signed up yet click on the link www.NUMU.org.uk to see what you are missing.


LATHOM WINS

NUMU PRIZE


Lathom High became the first school to win own termly prize of £250 worth of equipment. Lathom found itself the winning school due to three Y9 girls who call themselves the ‘Pink Ladies’. The girls gained the number one slot with their song ‘Disturbia’ and stayed there for most of the term. Jane Edgar (Head of Music) accepted the prize from John Bennett of the Music Cellar, Preston and ‘Pink Ladies’ also won £50 worth of vouchers for themselves.

Our next term’s prize is sponsored by HW Music so if you want your school to win £250 and also win £50 for the students performing the number one song encourage everyone to listen to their favourite and you could win.


 

 

 




Jane Edgar (Head of Music) with
John Bennett of the Music Cellar

 

 



Jane Edgar, John Bennett
with members of the 'Pink Ladies'




PENWORTHAM GIRLS HIGH

WINS NUMU PRIZE


Last term Penwortham Girls High became the second school to win own termly prize of £250 worth of equipment. Penwortham found itself the winning school due to three Y10 girls who call themselves the ‘If I Were A Boy’. Alison Cattanach (Head of Music) accepted the prize from Phil Crompton of HW Music, Preston and ‘If I Were A Boy’ also won £50 worth of vouchers for themselves.

This term’s prize is sponsored by Rimmers of Leyland so if you want your school to win £250 and also win £50 for the students performing the number one song encourage everyone to listen to their favourite and you could win.

 

 

 

 

 

Alison Cattanach (Head of Music) with
Phil Crompton of the HW Music

 

 

 

Members of the band 'If I Were A Boy'