Diversity dots and songs
Increase your diversity awareness with our innovative NEW diversity training options – created in consultation with primary teachers, parents and carers of 3-7-year-olds
Our upcoming monthly membership ‘Diversity dots and songs’ is an infinite treasure-trove of support for professionals, parents and carers who want to fill in some of their own diversity gaps whilst interacting with their 3-7-year-olds.
What does the Diversity dots and songs membership offer?
We provide all the teaching-and-learning resources you need in order to develop your own understanding of diversity at the same time as increasing positive diversity awareness in your 3-7s.
Our new, innovative way of learning – where you can focus on your own professional and personal development together with developing your children’s skills and understanding – offers a shortcut to incorporating positive diversity-awareness into every aspect of your life.
There’s no more having to sit through long-winded, dry, theoretical explanations and exercise-book tasks before maybe being able to see how it works in your own context. Our approach does all that simultaneously in small, simple steps, so that you get to choose your own learning journey. One simple diversity-dot, or song, at a time.
We understand diversity. We get that everyone has different needs and motivations when it comes to learning and that this continues throughout life. It’s not just the children in our care who have individual needs. You do too.
We aim to disrupt that framework.
We understand that you need a way of accessing professional development that is quick, easy, cheap, effective and of outstanding quality. One that resonates with you and that takes you from your own, unique starting point.
With our resources, you can plan your own route and your own learning-speed.
How do we know so much about this?..
…because we’re teachers too.
- We know how difficult it is to access this type of quality training as and when we need it – because we’ve tried
- We understand it’s all about the ‘doing’; implementing the ‘what’ into a successful and practice-focused ‘how’ – because we know how difficult it is to cross the bridge from the theoretical learning to an effective ‘doing’ in practical terms
- We feel vulnerable (and actually a little bit ashamed) at having to admit to others that we don’t always get diversity ‘right’ – because we’ve made (and are still making) mistakes
- We’ve experienced the same time-pressures and conflicts of priorities that colour the lives of teachers, parents and carers – falling into internet rabbit-holes in our search for diversity resources has turned us all into mad-hatters at certain points in our lives…
Click on the button below to register your interest and let’s start joining the dots together!
Dr Clare Seymour
Clare has spent much of her professional career (over 30 years) in international settings. Part of her Doctoral research involved exploring the often hidden aspects of institutional racism. As a result she has a longstanding interest in, and passion for, promoting positive Diversity.
In addition to school music-teaching, Clare also has over 10 years’ experience working as an international music examiner – an understanding and respect for Diversity is so crucially important in every aspect of her practice.