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How ambitious should we be for Music at Key Stage 3?

Drawing on the discussions from the Music Excellence London Teach Meet, Katie Hasler and Leigh O’Harareflect upon what it means to be ambitious for Music teaching in years 7-9. Issues discussed in this webinar include curriculum design and differentiation, as well as a range of practical teaching ideas to stretch and challenge students.

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The ISM Trust, the Incorporated Society of Musicians’ (ISM) sister charity, was created in 2014 to advance education, the arts and to promote health. We are dedicated to creating pioneering resources to support music and those who work in the sector.

Music Excellence London

From 2015 to 2017, Music Excellence London ran as a dynamic network of classroom music teachers, music education hubs, cultural organisations, and the wider music education community, supporting excellent musical teaching and learning at Key Stage 3 in London schools.

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