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Arts Council England

Arts Council England is an arm's length non-departmental public body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Music Hub Data

For each year of funding, Arts Council England requires Music Hubs to complete an annual survey which details participant numbers and characteristics, staffing and board statistics, activities, income and expenditure. This data is presented in a dashboard with accompanying materials.

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Featuring a range of voices from across the sector and beyond. Tune in as they explore and debate the big questions around the Investment Principles and what they mean for creativity and culture and the people that make it happen.

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A recording of the Music Hub Partnership Models webinar and accompanying resources.

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This updated guide provides valuable information for governors of schools across England about the importance, benefits, and value of music education.

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Following the publication of the English National Plan for Music Education in June 2022, the Music Hub Investment Programme (administered by Arts Council England) gave organisations the opportunity to apply to become a Hub Lead Organisation from September 2024. We collated resources relating to the Investment Programme here.

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In this resource we have compiled resources and additional information relating to the National Plan for Music Education 2022: The Power of Music to Change Lives.

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The Music Commission’s final report has been published, an 18-month expert inquiry into music education, established by ABRSM and Arts Council England.

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In Harmony aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, through the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making

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