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Resources to support music education within early years provision

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A collection of short but complete pieces of music with updated curriculum resources to use in Early Years and KS1 settings to encourage dance and movement to music developed in partnership by Cambridgeshire Music and Northampton Music and Performing Arts Trust.

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Early Ears is a practical and fun resource, full of ideas for music making with children aged 0 – 5. Developed by soundLINCS for use within the home, it draws upon two decades of facilitating inclusive music in Early Years and many other contexts.

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Providing unique and refreshing musicals, nativities, songs and assemblies for primary schools, Edgy Productions is fast becoming the publisher of choice for teachers who want their pupils engaged and stimulated by the material that they perform.

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Explore free, downloadable materials for using English traditional folk song, music, dance, drama and other arts in your teaching and learning. Resources are suitable for use in formal and informal settings.

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First Notes is soundLINCS’ exciting new music resource app for use in Early Years settings or by parents and carers at home – especially those without any previous experience of music. The App links directly with the Early Years Foundation Stage.

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Our musicals and nativities are performed in schools and nurseries throughout the UK and across the world. They’re charming and fun, adaptable to any numbers of children, and they’re ever so easy to stage.

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New report reveals positive impacts of In Harmony Liverpool on Early Years Education.

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Explore case studies drawn from a wide range of contexts, including school classrooms, early years settings and community locations.

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Four fun, original songs written specifically for teachers and young children, to support embed the ‘new normal’ routines that the coronavirus has made necessary for young children in schools and settings.

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