Music for Autism at Radlett Lodge

PUBLISHED: 10:01 15 April 2011

Music for Autism day at Radlett Lodge School

Music for Autism day at Radlett Lodge School


MUSIC for Autism laid on a fun-filled day of musical activities for children at Radlett Lodge School recently.

The music charity spent the day leading workshops as well as performing a special concert in front of the whole school.

The music ranged from classical tracks to movie theme tunes and the children were encouraged to join in. Each class was treated to 20-minute individual sessions which gave them a chance to play different instruments, sing-a-long or sit and enjoy the sounds.

Lynda Perry, head of Radlett Lodge School, said: “The children relished the time they spent with the people from Music for Autism. All the musicians were able to interact incredibly well with our students, not just through their voices but with gestures and movement too.”

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