Skip to content

Search Resources

Search by Keyword
Filter by Category
Filter by Type
Reset

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.

Find out more

10 Tunes to Teach By Ear

This resource is for string, brass and woodwind players of all abilities. There are ten attractive tunes in a variety of genres, each one accompanied by advice on how to teach it by ear. Each tune has accompanying parts. The material can be used with individuals, small and large groups, ensembles and whole class.

Find out more

Our databases encourage the musical community to discover works by composers from historically excluded groups.

Find out more

Christmas Jam

Christmas Jam is a fun activity suitable for beginner instrumentalists, in small groups or ensembles. There are individual parts for strings, woodwind, brass, guitars, piano and keyboards. It will develop aural, creative and ensemble skills.

Find out more

This resource for ages 14+ by Angeline Morrison (Guardian folk album of the year 2022) investigates hidden histories of people of African origin, and their relationship to traditional songs that are still sung in Britain today.

Find out more

Classroom 200

Classroom 200 is a free online resource for school teachers working with students up to the age of 14, worldwide.

Find out more

An immersive teaching resource of 15 musical pieces from a range of time periods, countries and styles, with activities to diversify and enrich primary music.

Find out more

Play along videos for Ukulele, Brass, Woodwind and percussion.

Find out more

Welcome to the Bandroom is a project funded by Arts Council England, produced by Foden’s Band, for teachers and students of all ages to enjoy, learn and interact with, learning all about the Brass Band.

Find out more

31 days of inspiring music by female composers. Free calendar to download and A2 poster available to order.

Find out more

Menu