Singing for wellbeing: any level welcome: FULL
Who is this course for?
Singing helps improve health and happiness! Research shows that music making can help people manage a range of health issues and it is also really good fun!
Join Cindy for musical medley of favourites and sing around the piano.
Any level of singing ability welcome! You don’t need to read music.
We hope we can offer more sessions in the future.
Cindy will guide you through each song and share the words prior to the session and give tips on breathing and posture whilst singing.
Support and feedback
Your tutor will support you throughout the course through online face to face discussions and written feedback on your progress. You will work with your tutor on your personal goals within the structure of the course.
Additional costs and requirements
You will need a laptop / PC / phone / tablet with a camera and microphone/headphones and a good internet connection.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
Your tutor will suggest ideas on what to practice in your own time and will signpost you to other opportunities to support your learning.
About the tutor
Cindy Squire is a Family Learning tutor who has been involved with Family Learning and adult education in West Devon for over fifteen years.
Cindy is passionate about her work with parents, carers and their children/grandchildren and feels it is such a privilege to work in a school environment to provide families with the opportunity to work and learn together. Cindy has enjoyed tutoring a wide variety of courses including healthy eating, story sacks, fun with gardening, understanding primary maths and keeping reading fun. Outdoor learning has also been offered with workshops at Castle Drogo in conjunction with the National Trust, and created mini mosaics with families at the Museum of Dartmoor Life. The National Literacy Trust recognised Cindy as playing an important role in supporting families to read for enjoyment during a pilot course.
In her spare time Cindy enjoys music, dance, carnivals, dress making and visits to the beach. She is a Sunday Club teacher, a vocalist in the local Gospel Choir, and she is also the vice-chair of the Hatherleigh Carnival Committee.