What’s a Module 2F?
If your new recruit can safely ring a bell and is just starting to ring rounds then this course is for you.
In some ways this stage is the hardest part of learning to ring; the excitement and rapid progress associated with (semi)-mastering bell control has passed and time on the rope can be limited if the only practice is once a week with a mixed ability band.
This is where this course helps. It introduces lots of fun exercises to help your ringer develop the foundation skills for method ringing; fine bell control, listening and ropesight. There is plenty for your new ringer to practise and measure their progress against whilst stimulating (and sometimes testing) the rest of the band. For bands who don’t aspire to method ringing it gives lots of ideas for Service or wedding ringing which sound good whilst keeping the band interested.
The Birmingham School of Bell Ringing has shown that those who spend longer consolidating foundation skills before learning methods progress more quickly later on.
Saturday 31 August 2019
SMV, Longcot, SN7 7TL
Book your place on the course directly: www.smartringer.org/public/daycourses
Or contact Lesley Belcher for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org