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Instruments & Accessories

Charanga Musical School
Charanga Musical School

Have fun developing musical skills in your classroom!

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An easy to hold, align and clean recorder that produces an excellent sound quality, the perfect first instrument!

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Our well-made Soprano Glockenspiel is robust enough for daily use in the classroom.

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SoleMate is a footstool that assists students with their posture whilst playing the piano. It has three different heights which are easily accessible by simply turning it over. SoleMate is light and portable and is a beautiful accessory on a stage.

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Research article by Professor Susan Hallam and Kevin Rogers on the impact that learning a musical instrument has on core academic progress and attainment.

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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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At Take it away we offer interest free loans between £100-£5,000 for the purchase of musical instruments for children and young people. The scheme is available to use in over 300 retailers nationwide.

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Normans Musical Instruments has been supplying Instruments and accessories to the education sector for over 50 years.

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John Packer Ltd have been a major supplier of instruments and accessories to the education sector in the UK for the last 40 years.

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Charanga Musical School
Charanga Musical School

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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