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Influencing Thinking

Music Mark supports its members by influencing thinking, policy and practice

Music Mark works to influence the thinking of those in the world of government and politics, music education and the wider education sector.

Music Mark works to influence thinking by recognising and celebrating success, by sharing best practice in ways that are meaningful and from which others can learn. We encourage discussion and debate, often drawing on the outcomes of meaningful research.

As a subject association, membership organisation and charity, we acknowledge the strengths of our membership and recognise the collective role we all have in shaping the future of music education.

Influencing thinking

Influencing in action

Latest WCET Reseach Report

Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET) Research Report – 2017 FREE TO ACCESS Music Mark Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET) Research Report, commissioned by Music Mark and with Arts Council funding, lead by Professor Martin Fautley from Birmingham City University.

Resources from our 2017 Annual Conference

Full Conference Programme; List of Delegates; Music Mark CEO Speech; Power Point presentations by Music Mark Annual Conference 2017 contributors

A guide for governors

A Guide for Governors

Two guidance documents we created in collaboration with the National Governors' Association and Arts Council England.

Influencing

We work to positively influence thinking, policy & practice.

Thinking

Music Mark works to influence thinking by sharing ideas and undertaking research

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Policy

Music Mark works to shape and share the decisions that need to be made by policy makers

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Practice

Music Mark recognises the need for music educators to source and share ideas with each other

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Supporting

We facilitate CPD, build communities & share best practice.

Connecting

We connect our members to the wider music education sector.

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