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Music education resources for special educational needs & disability provision

Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

This resource from the National Deaf Children’s Society is an excellent guide that will help music professionals develop confidence in supporting the music education of deaf children and young people.

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Drake Music, one of Youth Music’s strategic partners, have shared their expertise on music-making with disabled young people, in a new version of our reflective practice tool.

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ReadThis is a useful resource for members in supporting professional practice and development by combining case studies and top-tips for teaching and learning.

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A toolkit for music practitioners working with deaf students.

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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 Improvise Approach is an exciting way of providing creative music-making opportunities for people with special needs.

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A toolkit and training resource commissioned by Music Education Hubs. Developed by soundLINCS and Nottingham Trent University following practitioner led research to explore music making and singing approaches for whole class teaching in SEND schools.

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The Guide aims to help the music education sector to diversify its workforce today and to support young Disabled people to become music leaders in the future.

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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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Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

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