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Instrumental & Vocal

Resources to support teaching and learning

A handout or wall chart featuring graphics and text which outlines the similarities and differences that exist between common scales. Some free material available.

A report spells out how digital technology could revolutionise the way schools provide music tuition in rural areas.

An archive of live music performances curated especially for a schools audience, supported by comprehensive teachers’ packs with music and cross curriculum actitivies linked to the performances.

Create and Sing is a FREE dramatic singing programme for primary schools with classroom films, lesson plans and resources to use in ways that suit the needs of the teachers and their students.

Out of the Ark Music provide the very best singing resources to primary schools and early years settings in the UK. Specialising in creating memorable, age appropriate, catchy songs which are fun and easy to sing, and that children just love!

Download these inspiring FREE posters for your classroom, from NST – a leading UK music tour provider Posters cover topics such as songwriting tips, musical dynamics and creating a positive classroom environment.

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.

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.

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.

A case for the removal of cisgendered expectations in Western classical singing, and the creation of trans-positive singing spaces.

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