This resource for ages 14+ by Angeline Morrison (Guardian folk album of the year 2022) investigates hidden histories of people of African origin, and their relationship to traditional songs that are still sung in Britain today.
Global Sound Culture: Kenya is a comprehensive, interactive, and engaging digital learning pack designed to immerse your students in the rich, diverse sounds of Kenya. The pack supports delivery of the National Plan for Music Education with a focus on music technology. There are range of activities suitable across KS2-5.
This guide outlines how Music Mark’s online vocal and instrumental curriculum, A Common Approach, can be used to support new teachers, giving them a solid foundation of knowledge and skills as they embark on their careers.
This monthly podcast is for anyone contemplating a career in music and opera. Full of useful tips and advice, here is a great opportunity to hear directly from a range of people about their artistic journeys.
ABRSM’s Making Music is a longitudinal series of reports tracking trends in music education over the last three decades. It provides the music education sector with data we can all use to promote the value and importance of music and insight into the needs of teachers and learners.
This directory has been produced to allow anyone seeking a further education or higher education music course in the UK or Ireland to locate, contact and compare education centres running those courses in their region.