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Bridget’s Blog: How can we reduce our environmental impact as Music Education organisations?

We all know about the lifestyle changes we can make on an individual level to reduce our environmental impact, but what role…

18th Oct 2021

“Wow, wow, wow!”: Music Mark Schools across the UK celebrate nominations for 2021/22

The Autumn Term is well underway and over 2,000 schools from across the UK have already signed up for their free year…

Great music teachers log their sheet music: make every copy count!

Did you know that your school has a Schools Printed Music Licence, meaning that you can photocopy and arrange music for free?…

12th Oct 2021

Youth Voice in Music Education

As we build back after pandemic restrictions have eased, striving to incorporate the voices of young people in our decision-making is more…

22nd Sep 2021

Kris Halpin and Warren Knight announced as Keynote Speakers for Fast Forward: Technology and Music Education

BISHI, musician and host of the Music Mark conference, has today announced Kris Halpin and Warren Knight as the two remaining keynote…

13th Sep 2021

Meet BISHI, host of Music Mark’s Annual Conference, Fast Forward: Technology and Music Education

Brighton, Hilton Metropole 2– 3 December 2021  Online access from 26 November 2021 –  January 2022 BISHI is a singer, electronic rock-sitarist, composer,…

8th Sep 2021

Music Mark CEO Bridget Whyte joins DfE and DCMS Expert Advisory Panel ahead of publication of refreshed National Plan for Music Education

Music Mark is delighted to confirm its CEO Bridget Whyte has been asked to be part of the Government’s expert advisory panel…

Our response to Euros racism

It may seem like a lifetime ago that the nation sat on the edge of the sofa as Euro 2020 was decided…

15th Jul 2021

Music Mark Autumn Events 2021

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

7th Jul 2021

Music Mark joins urgent calls for government clarity as music sector remains restricted

Music Mark is very proud of all its member music education organisations and individuals across the UK who have continued to provide…

29th Jun 2021

Get Playing! Music Mark launches new campaign to celebrate musical learning

Music Mark has today launched a new campaign called Get Playing which celebrates the many benefits of musical learning. With a new…

Updated Governors Guide to Music Education Published

Today sees the publication of an updated version of the school governors guide to Music Education, ‘Music: a guide for governing boards’ by…

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