For each year of funding, Arts Council England requires Music Hubs to complete an annual survey which details participant numbers and characteristics, staffing and board statistics, activities, income and expenditure. This data is presented in a dashboard with accompanying materials.
Featuring a range of voices from across the sector and beyond. Tune in as they explore and debate the big questions around the Investment Principles and what they mean for creativity and culture and the people that make it happen.
This report, commissioned by Britten Pears Arts with support from Suffolk Music Hub and Norfolk & Norwich Festival Bridge, maps Suffolk’s state school music provision in response to the 2022 National Plan for Music Education and finds that music education should hold a similar status to other core curriculum subjects because of its important role in boosting pupils’ wellbeing.
This toolkit, produced by World Pencil, is designed for cultural partnerships, specifically place-based partnerships, including Cultural Education Partnerships (CEPs). It will be helpful for organisations thinking about and entering into new partnerships, and planning future strategy.