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Review of 2022-23 activity 

2022/23 has been a time of continued regrowth and development for Liquid Listening following the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.  We re-launched ourselves as Liquid Listening with a new website and more visible social media presence. Highlights of our work included:

  • We trained staff at 5 SEN/D schools

  • We delivered the second part of our Arts Council England-funded Musical Hydrotherapy residencies, working in 2 schools, one of which is, as a result, being fully trained in 2023-24

  • We launched our new membership scheme and gave support and refresher training to 4 schools

  • We delivered a Music Production project in Bedelsford School in Kingston, where Musical Hydrotherapy is already part of the curriculum, allowing children in the pool to listen to music they had created themselves

  • We recruited four new trustees

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“One pupil said he could hear a story under the water, and that he could hear mermaids talking – so great for imagination!”        Teacher, Ivy House School, Derby

2022-23 in numbers (2021-22 in brackets)

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“The session especially made me a much calmer person at a very stressful time”

Teacher, Ickburgh School, Hackney

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