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Instrumental & Vocal

Resources to support teaching and learning

Thirteen tunes in a variety of styles, with lyrics, actions and space for improvisation and copy-backs. Starting with simple 1-2 note tunes, and moving on to 4-5 note tunes, this book will aid creative music making and progression.

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This booklet summarises the 10 key benefits of music, from recognition within the ‘National Plan for Music Education ‘ that music is an educational building block through to the inclusive nature of music irrespective of abilities.

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English Ocarinas were introduced to UK schools from 1983 and are specifically designed for Whole-class Music in modern classrooms.

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A Common Approach is a valuable teaching resource for an instrumental / vocal curriculum. Building on the experience and expertise of many teachers nationally, it sets out thoughts on a rationale for instrumental / vocal teaching, curriculum content and teaching strategies

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ABRSM graded music exams ABRSM exams motivate achievement and support progression. They lay good foundations for music making while encouraging students to reach their full potential. We have designed our graded music exams (link is external) to motivate instrumental and singing students of all ages and a wide range of...

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These tasks have been designed to show musical attainment and record progress over time. It is hoped that they will provide a ‘musical’ assessment experience, practical in nature and not just assessment for assessment’s sake.

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Guidance on VAT as it applies to local authorities and other government and public bodies

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BYMT is proud to offer the online resources for BAND ON THE RUN

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Launched in 2014, the BBC’s Ten Pieces is an ambitious initiative for school pupils, which aims to open up the world of classical music using ten pieces of music as a spring-board for learning.

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A few of the ways in which going on tour will benefit young musicians.

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