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Music Mark

We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.

    Music Mark members are invited to get involved in a range of opportunities to develop professionally through peer groups, mentoring and coaching.

    As part of our New Directions in Inclusive Music series with MEHEM Uprising, this session will explore the best ways to source accessible instruments and work with tutors as well as the wider Music and Education section to have a highly effective accessible instruments programme.

    Peer Group: Instrumental and Vocal Tutors

    • 4th March, 13th June 2024
    • 4pm - 5pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    Music Mark peer groups allow people across the UK to connect, discuss and learn from people with similar roles within the Music Education Sector. This session is specifically for Instrumental and Vocal Tutors.

    Industry x Education Interface

    • 7th March 2024
    • 10am - 3pm
    • Conway Hall, London

    A day to connect with top brands and resellers, and form new partnerships between Music Industry and education.

    Political Advocacy for Music Education

    • 13th March 2024
    • 3pm - 4.30pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    Learn how best to advocate for Music Education in your local area.

    T-Time

    • Termly (19th March, 6th June)
    • 4pm - 5pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    This new session for classroom and peripatetic teachers is an opportunity to reflect on best practice in primary, secondary and SEND settings, learn from colleagues around the country and discuss the hot topics in music education.

    As part of our New Directions in Inclusive Music series with MEHEM’s Uprising!, Dr. Ally Daubney will explore how Music Development plans can form the foundation of a school’s music offer, including appropriate curricula, ensembles and the development of staff skill and confidence. This session will be of particular interest to Inclusion Leads.

    Spring Summit

    • 22nd March 2024
    • 10am - 4pm
    • Friends House, Euston, London

    This in-person summit is an opportunity for Music Service colleagues from across the UK to come together to discuss the hot topics in music education.

    A Common Approach: Introducing Tech and Tabla

    • 22nd April 2024
    • 4:00-5:30pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    Catherine Brentnall leads a session on the growth of A Common Approach with introductions to the new Music Tech and Tabla sections.

    Musical Playfulness for Pupils with PMLD

    • 24th April
    • 4pm - 5.15pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    As part of our New Directions in Inclusive Music series with MEHEM Uprising, This webinar introduces practitioners to the Musical Play Framework and using it with pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities.

    Fundraising Fundamentals

    • 9, 16, 23 May, 6, 13, 20 June
    • 1.30pm - 3.00pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    A course designed to guide those working in fundraising for Music Hubs and Services through the principles, challenges and opportunities of raising funds in this context.

    Marketing Fundamentals

    • 12 June, 19 June, 26 June, 3 July, 10 July & 17 July
    • 10.30am - 12.00pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    An introductory course designed to guide those working in Music Hubs and Services through the fundamental principles of marketing.

    Ofsted Update on Music in Schools

    • 18th June 2024
    • 4pm - 5pm
    • Online (Zoom)

    Join Christopher Stevens for an update from Ofsted on Music Education in schools.

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