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  • Termly (19th March, 6th June)
  • 4pm - 5pm
  • Online (Zoom)
  • Music Mark

This new session for classroom and peripatetic teachers is an opportunity to reflect on best practice in primary, secondary and SEND settings, learn from colleagues around the country and discuss the hot topics in music education.

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Join us for T-Time, a one hour session each term for teachers and leaders focusing on music in the classroom. You will have the opportunity to learn from colleagues across the country and contribute your own experience to the discussion. In advance of the session you’ll receive provocations and resources linked to the theme for that term.


T-Time: Finding the Finances

Tuesday 19th March 2024, 4 – 5pm

The school budget pressures facing everyone are pertinent. This session is the opportunity to come together with national colleagues who are delivering music in the classroom, to listen and share on the topic: “Together, how do we make music education happen in schools with the strain on school finances?”

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T-Time: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Thursday 6th June 2024 4 – 5pm

Music Mark’s Talk Into Action campaign brought Equity, Diversity and Inclusion into clearer focus. This session will delve into practical ways we can support the 1 in 3 children in our classrooms who have dyslexia, with a focus on the question: “What can I do to make my music teaching more inclusive?”

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Autumn term date: TBC

The Autumn term date will be released as soon as possible


  • Technology: Zoom
  • Captioning: AI-Generated
  • Breakout rooms: Potentially, session based in group discussion.

If you would like to request presentation slides, questions and provocations in advance of the session, please get in touch with Speakers may decline sharing this information on the basis of protecting their intellectual property or for other reasons and we cannot therefore guarantee availability for all events.

About the Provider

Music Mark

We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.