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The latest developments in the music education sector

Ensemble Rehearsals and Performances After Lockdown

Coronavirus (COVID-19) raises specific concerns for orchestras and choirs who rehearse together in close proximity, with many questions being asked about what’s…

22nd May 2020

Call for Further Content for Music Mark Conference 2020

Following a brilliant response to our call for content for the Music Mark Conference earlier in the year, we are now calling…

6th May 2020

Subject associations respond to surge in demand for home learning support

Subject associations are experiencing a surge in demand for practical resources to support home learning as schools close to all but the…

What steps can you take to preserve mental resilience and support a team when working from home during a crisis?

By practicing daily wellbeing and resilience techniques, personal to you, you can create more clarity of thought and engage calmly and creatively…

15th Apr 2020

Zoom and Online Safeguarding in the age of Cornavirus COVID-19

As the UK lockdown continues, the education community is increasingly required to develop their online offer. The platform Zoom is being widely…

Good News Stories at a Difficult Time

Following drastic curbing measures in a bid to slow the spread of Coronavirus, the country has spent the last few weeks facing extraordinary challenges. The recent closure of schools has raised many questions…

Music Mark publishes guidance to completing the DfE’s Consultation on the National Plan for Music Education

On the  24th February 2020 a group of CEOs and senior managers from across the Music Education and Industry met together to discuss the…

Music Mark & ISM write to the Secretary of State for Education

Alongside the ISM we’ve written to the Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson about Hub Funding. We wrote, You will know…

21st Feb 2020

Music Mark: Our Vision and Mission

   ‘I would teach children music, physics and philosophy, but most importantly music’ – Plato Music Mark believes that over 2,000 years…

14th Feb 2020

Our response to DfE’s Call for Evidence on the National Plan for Music Education

  The first National Plan for Music Education (NPME) published in 2011 set out a ‘flexible template for high quality music provision throughout a…

13th Feb 2020

Meet the Trainer: Ruth Lesirge, Honorary President of the Association of Chairs, talks to Music Mark

“I am often heard saying that there are 120 Music Education Hubs in England and 121 ways of running one, but what…

7th Feb 2020

Music Mark Response to the Arts Council’s new 10 Year Strategy – ‘Let’s Create’

Music Mark is the UK Association for Music Education, a Membership Organisation that provides support to those who share our vision of…

4th Feb 2020

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