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Sustainability Support for Education enables education settings to start or progress on their sustainability journey. This includes all types of settings from Early Years to Higher Education.

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A map to accompany you on your Inclusive Music Practice journey developed as part of Think22 that helped to bring inclusive practice to the forefront of music education in England. The four resources reflect Drake Music’s core organisational approach of Disabled and Non-Disabled educators, musicians

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An interactive, whistle-stop tour of new music and composition! London Sinfonietta musicians and presenter Patrick Bailey explore how to compose and create new music. Listen to pieces by living composers, join in with the performance and hear new works by young people.

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In Spring 2024, we added included an updated Music Tech category, as well as a brand new Tabla section to A Common Approach, our online resource to support music educators in their teaching practice and help develop a holistic approach to music education. Watch back our in-depth introduction to these modules led by the people who helped create them.

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This article, written by Chris Philpott, considers ways to decolonise the school music curriculum in a holistic way, and looks beyond ‘adding more’ to the curriculum to challenging the underpinning values.

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Members can watch back the livestream from our 2024 Spring Summit and download resources from the day.

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These singing resources are designed to support singing in the classroom. Use the resources to build your own singing session by choosing one from each kind of video; a physical warm-up, a vocal warm-up and a song.

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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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