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Thirteen tunes in a variety of styles, with lyrics, actions and space for improvisation and copy-backs. Starting with simple 1-2 note tunes, and moving on to 4-5 note tunes, this book will aid creative music making and progression.

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Our ‘Teaching Music with iPads’ training programmes provide everything educators need to deliver high-impact composition and performance with pupils aged 7+ in mainstream and ALN/SEND settings.

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Violinist Nicola Benedetti has launched a new online series of educational videos to inform and guide young musicians through their development.

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@HomeBodyPercussionChallenge consists of eight notated short videos demonstrating a variety of body percussion duos, at various levels of difficulty. Four challenges expanding on these patterns are then presented.

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An upbeat, positive and optimistic campaign to raise awareness of children and young people’s music making opportunities in Wiltshire during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Sign up as a Sing Up Friend for free access to 10 songs from our fantastic Song Bank, plus a selection of resources in our Teaching Tools Knowledge Hub.

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This booklet summarises the 10 key benefits of music, from recognition within the ‘National Plan for Music Education ‘ that music is an educational building block through to the inclusive nature of music irrespective of abilities.

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A landmark paper making the case for a broad and balanced baccalaureate.

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English Ocarinas were introduced to UK schools from 1983 and are specifically designed for Whole-class Music in modern classrooms.

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A Common Approach is a valuable teaching resource for an instrumental / vocal curriculum. Building on the experience and expertise of many teachers nationally, it sets out thoughts on a rationale for instrumental / vocal teaching, curriculum content and teaching strategies

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