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Raising awareness around the importance of music education

Music Mark consults its members on the Model Music Curriculum

The UK Association of Music Education – Music Mark invites its membership to discuss the Department for Education’s (DfE) Model Music Curriculum draft and…

Music Mark members examine the crisis in secondary music at Symposium in Sheffield

Music Mark’s Secondary Symposium on February 25th invited its membership to discuss the crisis in secondary music education provision and examine how…

28th Feb 2019

Music Mark warns disadvantaged children at risk unless DfE support Hubs in Teachers’ Pension Scheme

Music Mark has submitted a collective response to the  Department of Education’s public consultation on the increase of teachers’ pension contributions to 23.6%…

Music Mark helps secure additional DfE funding for Music Education Hubs

Today, the Department of Education (DfE) announced an additional £1.33 million for Music Education Hubs to meet their growing financial challenge in…

11th Jan 2019

Music Mark and ISM respond to falling provision of music education in secondary schools

Recent reports published by the University of Sussex and the Musicians’ Union have shone a spotlight on the provision of music education…

Music Mark consults its members on the future of the National Plan for Music Education

This year, Music Mark travelled up and down the country to consult its membership on the National Plan for Music Education (NPME) and…

22nd Oct 2018

“Importance of music is gaining traction” says Music Mark CEO at NW conference

During the Music Mark North West Conference that took place September 4th at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, the…

Music Mark CEO shares thoughts on equity of access and opportunity in SEND music

As part of  A Bright Future for SEND Music in Greater Essex national conference on June 22nd, Music Mark CEO Bridget Whyte used her…

Music Mark’s Summer Summit drives forward the national debate on the future of music education

Over 200 delegates attended Music Mark’s Summer Summit Tuesday June 26th.  Hub leads, Music Service staff and a range of representatives from…

27th Jun 2018

Music Mark CEO Bridget Whyte considers future of National Plan for Music Education

At a meeting I attended recently a civil servant from the DfE stated ‘our intensions are to fund Music Education Hubs onto…

#MM2020: Music Mark debates Music Education beyond 2020

Come March 2020, the National Plan for Music Education effectively comes to an end. So what’s next? Join Music Mark as we discuss…

26th Feb 2018

Singing up a storm – Feversham Primary makes the case for music education

The delivery of music education in schools and the extent to which quality provision can radically change the lives of children and young…

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