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Resources to support music education within secondary provision

The MPR is an open forum for generating ideas and exploring complex issues and is focussed on action. Tools on Good Questions enable people to take ideas and apply them to change what they do.

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Teach Through Music was a year-long professional development programme (2014-15) that set out to address problems of teacher isolation and enhance subject specific pedagogy in KS3 music.

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A database of resources curated on behalf of Arts Council England by Cape UK is designed to generate creative new ideas and inspire teachers of subjects at Key Stage 1 – 5 across the national curriculum.

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The diversity of London’s music scene is unrivalled and it is estimated that London hosts over 17,000 musical performances every year. London Curriculum teaching resources aim to support music teachers in helping their students.

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Built for KS3, GCSE and BTEC age groups, the programme allow students of all levels to create a song from start to finish in the genres they listen to everyday like Pop, Hip Hop, House, Dubstep and more

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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.

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The World Voice programme aims to ensure that, through training, collaboration and resources, young people have the opportunity to use singing to develop their musicality and support wider learning.

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