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Resources to support music education within secondary provision

Explore case studies drawn from a wide range of contexts, including school classrooms, early years settings and community locations.

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A complete guide to getting started with a junk percussion ensemble.

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Listen Imagine Compose is a partnership project between Sound and Music, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Birmingham City University. It investigates how composing is taught and learned in secondary schools.

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Music Excellence London is a dynamic network of classroom music teachers, music education hubs, cultural organisations, and the wider music education community which supports excellent musical teaching and learning at Key Stage 3 in London schools.

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Music Education Solutions offer a range of individual music whiteboards, notecharts, full size keyboard practice pads, and music write-n-wipe posters suitable for any music teaching room.

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The Musical Bridges Programme, originally funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, continues to provide resources, ideas, case studies as well as a comprehensive programme of transition activity to support pupils’ continuing musical journey from primary to secondary school.

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MusicFirst is all about engaging your students in music using technology in and out of the classroom with affordable, accessible and easy to use software and resources.

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At Musicroom, we’re passionate about the value of teaching and learning and we know there’s no better place to start or continue a musical journey than among inspiring teachers, proud parents and supportive friends. That’s why we’ve made finding sheet music and resources as easy as possible.

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The National Curriculum Expert Subject Advisory Group (ESAG) for Music has developed materials and guidance to support all primary and secondary schools in England in understanding and implementing the new National Curriculum and to provide a basis for their own curriculum planning.

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The programmes of study set out the minimum requirements for music as a starting point for schools developing innovative provision to meet the needs of their pupils.

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