Our resources bring together a comprehensive range of proven providers and makes available their collective expertise, experience and extensive knowledge of excellence in music education
Infographics to help you plan activities that are inclusive of neurodivergent performers.
From Microagressions to Racial Trauma these infographics, created by Grace Manisha-Owusu, explain key terms and issues to be aware of as part of your anti-racist work.
A visualisation of some key areas in which you can develop your approach to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Download our free, printable A3 Get Playing poster celebrating 10 0f the many benefits of musical learning, to share and display with your own network.
A simple visual resource to help you reflect on your unconscious bias and consider ways you might become more actively anti-racist.
We wanted to better understand how children and young people across the county experience music, what they want, what’s working well and what they would like to be different. This infographic summarises their responses.
We conceived of a programme that would connect London’s music teachers with each other in a way that transcended the barriers of their school gates.
A comprehensive range of proven providers with extensive knowledge of delivering excellence in music education.
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