Sarah spent a very happy couple of days at Eastfield Infants School in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, in April. Her second visit, she held drumming sessions for nursery up to year 2, culminating in a very successful performance by the year 2 classes to the rest of the school.
Avril Pickard from British Cycling decided to book us for a fun energiser for their annual tutor training day. Drumvoice tutor and assistant director, Lynette Freeth, went along to bring drumming to the cycling enthusiasts – and they loved it!
Sarah met public speaking trainer and drama teacher, Mike Venables, through a network event last year. The two were keen to explore the possibilities of working together, so when Sarah had a large corporate event with Homeserve, Mike came along to see what it was all about. Here is Mike’s take on the experience…
Having taken part in a ‘Ready Steady Drum!’ training course at Kingston Training Centre, assistant headteacher at Landsdowne Infants, Gillian Attwood, decided to bring Sarah to her school in Burton-on-Trent to provide training for the whole staff team...
Sarah will be teaching at the magnificent Rainbow Music camp again this summer. A great event for all kinds of practical music-making and merry-making. Very family friendly and gloriously hippy!
A chance meeting on a train led to Drumvoice being asked to provide their African Drumming Experience for the HR training department at Service Birmingham.
Speech & Language Consultant, Keynote speaker & Storyteller extraordinaire, Michael Jones, decided to make himself – and his services – first prize in a raffle at the Stafford Early Years conference recently. And after taking part in Sarah’s ‘Ready Steady Drum!’ session at the conference, he decided a collaboration with Drumvoice would be even better!