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Big Music Collective is a South West based collective of musicians and music educators who create engaging, immersive and interactive performances centered around music and wellbeing.

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Music Mark has announced the development of six calls to action which will be presented to all political parties ahead of the UK election this year. The purpose of the six calls to action is to make the case to any new UK government that it should prioritise music education, understand its value and appreciate the positive impact music can have on health, wellbeing, academic achievement, and soft skills.

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Understand and overcome the barriers to singing with this free resource from the ISM Trust.

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An introduction to AYM’s Identifying Musical Talent and Potential (ITP) training.

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The Rainbow Flag Award Classroom is a free set of LGBT+ inclusive lesson plans and resources including some that link to the music curriculum. Lessons have been written across all key stages and all curriculum areas.

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Sutton Music Trust have created a 10-part mini video series, which is designed to support settings with developing their music provision, from practical tips and advice, what resources to use, to assessing their current provision.

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Aurora Classroom’s digital learning platform for EYFS, KS1 and SEND settings brings high-quality orchestral music directly into the classroom, supported by free CPD for all teachers using the resource.

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An ebook by Sue Nicholls consisting of singing activities for scrunchies, lycra sheets and parachutes.

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Music Mark has developed template documents to help schools prepare their School Music Development Plan.

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In this article, Suzanne Hall asks music educators to consider how they can use children’s books in the classroom: ‘Children’s literature in the elementary music classroom promotes imaginative play and contributes to exposure and dramatic arts involvement’.

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