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Resources that support the advocacy of high quality music education

An upbeat, positive and optimistic campaign to raise awareness of children and young people’s music making opportunities in Wiltshire during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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This booklet summarises the 10 key benefits of music, from recognition within the ‘National Plan for Music Education ‘ that music is an educational building block through to the inclusive nature of music irrespective of abilities.

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Music Mark has collaborated with the National Governors’ Association and Arts Council England to create two guidance documents for governors in schools.

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Music Mark has collaborated with the National Governors’ Association and Arts Council England to create two guidance documents for governors in schools.

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This publication outlines the aims of the national plan for music education and how the initiatives set out by the plan will effect schools, Local Authorities and private music teachers.

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A Population-Level Analysis of Associations Between School Music Participation and Academic Achievement

2019 research from Martin Guhn, Scott D. Emerson, and Peter Gouzouasis

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A few of the ways in which going on tour will benefit young musicians.

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Watch Dr Ally Daubney and Duncan Mackrill (University of Sussex) revealing the key findings of their research into changes in music provision in secondary schools.

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The Copyright and Schools website is an information resource to help schools navigate copyright licensing and understand how copyright material can be used legally within a school.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPGAHW) was formed in 2014 and aims to improve awareness of the benefits that the arts can bring to health and wellbeing. The Inquiry Report, Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing – Second Edition, presents the findings of two years of research, evidence-gathering and discussions with patients, health and social care professionals, artists and arts administrators, academics, people in local government, ministers, other policy-makers and parliamentarians from both Houses of Parliament.

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