An exciting new resource
for schools from the Hallé 

Goddess Gaia

for flute, harp, cello and narrator
Words by Tony Mitton • Music by Steve Pickett

Goddess Gaia, a brand new 20-minute animated cantata from the Hallé, explores the beauty and fragility of the natural world and takes us on a thought provoking journey around the globe, warning us about the danger of human greed on the environment.

A complete classroom resource for teachers, including 3 videos with opportunities for children to participate through singing and classroom percussion; audio files, creative music project, written teacher information and a comprehensive curriculum pack with suggestions and activities for a wide range of cross-curricular learning, including science, geography, art, citizenship, literacy, maths, DT and dance.

Aimed at KS2 but all resources can be adapted to suit the needs of individual classes.

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Hub funded offer for
Cheshire East
primary schools

The first 40 Cheshire East primary schools to register for Goddess Gaia will receive access free of charge*

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For more information visit

IMPORTANT: To benefit from the hub funded offer, you must book through the Love Music Trust using the sign-up button above.
* If you book directly with the Hallé, you will be eligible to pay the full cost of the project, which is £80 (ex. VAT) per school.

Goddess Gaia
is endorsed by

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"At Eco-Schools England we firmly believe that all areas of the curriculum can and should be greened, that’s why we are thrilled to promote Goddess Gaia- bringing eco to the Arts. Perfect as evidence for Step 4 Curriculum Links when applying for our international Eco-Schools Green Flag!"

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