Music in the Classroom

LSO Discovery Music CPD for Primary teachers aims to develop confidence and strategies for using music in the classroom, focusing on a creative approach to music-making.

LSO Discovery offer a variety of training opportunities for Primary teachers from one-off Creative Days to our year-long Music in the Classroom programme. Find out more about our CPD activities below, and join us to keep music in the classroom.


Music in the Classroom Programme

Music in the Classroom is a year-long hands-on programme for Primary teachers and pupils in East London, regardless of musical or teaching experience. 

Applications for the Music in the Classroom 2022-23 programme are now open. Please contact us to express interest, find out more, and request an application form.

For more information about the programme click here. To request an application form, express interest in applying, or to find out more about the programme, please contact Beth Kershaw at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 020 7382 2538.


Creative Days

Led by LSO Animateur Rachel Leach and LSO musicians, LSO Discovery’s day-long workshops at LSO St Luke’s equip primary school teachers and other staff teaching music with the skills to use a creative and hands-on approach to classical music making in the classroom. 

For more information about Creative Days please click here.



For more information about LSO Discovery's CPD activity please contact Beth Kershaw, LSO On Track Projects Manager, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 020 7382 2538. 

LSO Music in the Classroom is generously supported by the Innholders' Charitable Foundation, Irving Memorial Trust, Pewterers' Seahorse Trust, Tallow Chandlers Benevolent Fund, The Barbers’ Company – a City of London Livery Company and The Rainbow Dickinson Trust.

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Teacher leading music session

Arts Award 

Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that support anyone up to the age of 25 grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world.

Young people pursuing an Arts Award can fulfil part of their requirements through various LSO Discovery activities, including the Music in the Classroom Programme.

To find out more, click here.