Skip to content

Music Mark News

The latest developments in the music education sector

Introducing Music Mark’s Autumn 2022 Programme of Events

As we begin a new academic year, we’ve shared some of our events we are looking forward to this Autumn term, from…

20th Jul 2022

Bridget’s Blog on the refreshed National Plan for Music Education: How Refreshing!

Following Music Mark’s summit events for the sector on 29 June, CEO Bridget Whyte takes stock and reflects on her initial thoughts…

4th Jul 2022

Music Mark supports the sector as the refreshed National Plan for Music Education is released

The much-anticipated refreshed National Plan for Music Education has launched, titled ‘The Power of Music to Change Lives’. Music Mark is maintaining…

Welcome Faz Shah – Musician, Composer, Actor and Music Mark’s newest Champion

Musician Faz Shah has been appointed as Music Mark’s newest Champion, joining Dr Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason If you were lucky enough to attend…

8th Jun 2022

Musicians of Change: Teacher Training With a Difference

Who are the Musicians of Change? Launched in 2019, the Musicians of Change (PGCEi) provided by Music Masters is a unique year-long…

How are we putting Talk into Action?

Social justice and musicianship have long been intertwined as recent research from the University of Glasgow confirms. As a sector Equity, Diversity…

Meet the Mentors

Would you benefit from some support in your leadership role within a Music Education Hub?  Or are you looking for support in…

A Common Approach Relaunches Today

Twenty years after it’s original publication the essential framework for a meaningful musical learning journey relaunches, expanded and developed for 2022: musicmark.org.uk/a-common-approach…

Music Mark’s Spring Summit 2022 in review

Music Mark’s annual Spring Summit took place this year on 1st April at the Friends Meeting House in London – the first…

21st Apr 2022

How are we doing? Music Mark Member Survey launches for 2022

It’s that time of year again… Our Member Survey for 2022 is now live and we’re looking for as many responses from…

6th Apr 2022

Good Vibrations: A Musical initiative supporting young people in Hampshire

Music can be an important intervention for young people struggling with social interactions and communication at school. Good Vibrations, a project developed…

Music Mark calls for government funding to keep pace with inflation and cost of living, following 2022/23 Hub funding allocations

On Friday 18 March, Music Education Hubs in England finally received confirmation of their funding allocation from the Department for Education for…

Menu