For all primary class teachers… If you want to develop singing skills with your pupils but donÂ’t know where to start, this is your bible! You donÂ’t need to be able to sing or read music. Singing Sherlock helps you solve the mystery of how to get children to sing well. Packed with songsand teaching ideas to inspire good singing in your school. Use it as a complete scheme for singing or as a “dip in” source for songs and games.Singing Sherlock delivers the curriculum at KS 1 & 2 (on-going skills u nits) and follows the QCA’s scheme of work for music. Book 1 & CD: up toage 7. Book 2 & 2 CDs: ages 7 – 11. It is an easy-to-use simple, step-b y-step approach. Material is introduced in clear, progressive steps. Each book contains: a wide variety of songs and games specially written foryoung voices; a demonstration CD that brings the music to life and help s you teach the songs; and fact files and case notes which show you how to use the songs to their full learning potential in the classroom. Included in “Singing Sherlock” are not only songs but also warm-ups, raps and chants, singing games, echo songs and unison and part-songs in a wide variety of styles. A mixture of well-known tunes and new songs speciallywritten for young voices by Sue Nicholls, Lin Marsh, Alan Simmons, Hele n MacGregor and more. Great fun! Guaranteed to get even the most reluctant pupils singing. “Singing Sherlock” provides a tried-and-tested way torevitalise singing in your school.