This webinar considers two fundamental elements of a Hub’s inclusion offer, beginning with a deep dive into special school Music Development Plans. Dr Ally Daubney will explore how Music Development Plans can form the foundation of a school’s music offer, including appropriate curricula, ensembles and the development of staff skill and confidence.
The second part of the webinar explores the role of Hub Inclusion Lead. We will consider what inclusion leads need to do in order to ensure an equitable music offer for all young people. This includes widening the scope of hub provision, nurturing relationships with schools and creating a comprehensive CPD offer for practitioners.
- Dr Ally Daubney
- Vicki Brown (Derby & Derbyshire MEH)
- Sarah Share (Leicestershire MEH)
New Directions in Inclusive Music series
This session is part of our New Directions in Inclusive Music series with MEHEM Uprising!, forming part of our Talk Into Action offer. Check out the full series below:
31st January: Inclusive Instrumental Teaching & Accessible Ensembles
28th February: Accessible Instruments & Music Hubs: Finding the ‘on’ switch
20th March: Inclusion Leads & Music Development Plans: Specialist approaches for specialist settings
24th April: Musical Playfulness for Pupils with PMLD
This event is free for Music Mark Members. Non-Members will be charged £20+vat for access to all 4 sessions in the series.
- Technology: Zoom
- Captioning: AI-Generated
- Breakout rooms: TBC
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