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In July 2016, members of the Listen Imagine Compose community met in Cambridge for an away day to discuss learnings from the course and what to do next.

Discussion ranged from how to use technology in composing to whether bird song was music to tackling lack of confidence in students.

Teachers ran through their learnings from research carried out over the academic year (you can login to see some of their presentations!) and breakaway groups came together to discuss the future direction of the course.

An inspirational day of activity – and it was sunny!

We caught up with Pam Burnard – Professor of Arts, Creativities and Education at Cambridge University  who told us why she thinks the course is so important: