DPDC Discussions: My childs deaf school does not teach music as a subject, do you think it is important to teach music?

Question: My childs deaf school does not teach music as a subject, do your children’s schools teach it and do you think it is important to teach music?

Several parents said that their children love learning and making music at school. Everyone agreed that the school should be asked if they can include some music workshops or lessons. One parent recommended that the school asks Music and the Deaf, which is run by Paul Whittaker to come and run some workshops for the children.

Music and the Deaf website: http://matd.org.uk/

One parent recommended Ruth Montgomery who is a deaf music teacher who travels to different schools to teach music.

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  • spoorthi. niranjan

    I feel its better to teach music at these schools.its not only improves their learning abilities and improves expressive language skills. So that we can find hidden talents in them.so its gokd discussion thats going on..and lets work on that…
    Regards,
    Spoorthi.

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