Why a Young Performers Certificate?

Trinity College London Young Performers Certificates encourage young children to develop performance, musical and communication skills as they create and explore stories, songs, roles and situations through the imaginative and integrated use of movement, music, voice and artwork. To encourage participation and provide a sense of progression, the certificates are available at three levels Bronze, Silver and Gold.

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Trinity College London Young Performers Certificates encourage young children to develop performance, musical and communication skills as they create and explore stories, songs, roles and situations through the imaginative and integrated use of movement, music, voice and artwork. To encourage participation and provide a sense of progression, the certificates are available at three levels Bronze, Silver and Gold.
The group is allowed a couple of minutes to come into the room, settle and prepare for their performance. The examiner introduces themselves and creates a supportive atmosphere.

The length of the assessment will vary according to the level at which candidates are entered, the group size and the nature of the prepared performance. After the assessment the examiner will talk informally to the children about how they went about preparing their work. During the conversation, group members will normally be presented with a sticker in recognition of their achievement.

The group will then leave the room and the examiner will write a report recording the groups work and noting areas of outstanding achievement. This will be handed to the teacher on completion of the session.

Each participant subsequently receives an individual certificate from Trinity College London.
Examiner expectations
While there are no formal assessment criteria for the Young Performers Certificates, at each level the examiner would normally expect to see the participants:

♦ work co-operatively

♦ use a range of basic performance skills to convey a sense of mood and/or narrative

♦ respond appropriately to teacher direction and support

♦ reflect at an appropriate level on their contributions to the presentation by answering some simple questions.

The emphasis throughout is on each child's participation at an appropriate level and their enjoyment.

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