The Transitions programme will investigate the inevitable shift that children in years 5 and 6 will experience as they reach secondary school. The Music Klub wishes to aid in the transitional development of children entering secondary school by preparing (or raising awareness of) students for the potential obstacles they may experience during the early stages of secondary school life. Our framework provides a variety of music-based activities designed to boost students' confidence and emotional stability when they enter secondary school.
The programme aims to address the worries that frequently impact children migrating into secondary school by running a series of creative development sessions to prepare pupils for the transition to secondary school.
Our programme is focused on the following topics:
- Academic Performance
- Relationship building,
- Behavioural Involvement
- Building Confidence,
- Perceptions of School
- Peer Pressure
We hope to provide pupils with the tools they need for the next stage of their education by exploring realistic, demanding, and satisfying simulations of secondary school life. Each participant will learn how to build resilience, form meaningful relationships, and uncover lucrative opportunities through the programme. Our methods aim to build students' minds by increasing their confidence, self-esteem, and motivation, which will help them make better decisions and improve their cognitive capabilities in the long run. The programme will centre on the following creative expressions, which each participant will investigate in order to help them uncover their significant personal attributes and expressions of thoughts and ideas, so empowering them in their daily life.
Participants will form groups to complete tasks related to their selected creative exercises, and by working through the problems that arise, they will essentially propose constructive solutions to challenging situations. As a result, we will concentrate on creating an environment in which they may develop answers to situations that require them to adapt immediately. To do this, we shall use these influential modes of communication in accordance with the national curriculum of learning.
Our goal is to delve into pupils' mindsets and generate good solutions to common fears, as well as to genuinely grasp how and why they think the way they do. More significantly, they will be able to completely embrace the art forms that they believe have a direct relationship with themselves, as well as the art forms that best connect with their ideas, thoughts, and experiences.