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Download our free, printable A3 Get Playing poster celebrating 10 0f the many benefits of musical learning, to share and display with your own network.

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Available from September 1st, Citizen Artists Kids provides one-of-a-kind interactive learning experience. Each of our programme comes in 5 parts and contains approximately three months of classroom material with unlimited access to the complete programme.

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Celebrate Refugee Week  2017 by singing Grumpy Sheep Music’s “One World to Share”

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A Piano Method for older beginners 11+ and adults. This method introduces the pedal straight away and is ideal for teenagers and adults.
The music is fun and includes modern, popular, classical and jazz styles including some improvisation.

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@HomeBodyPercussionChallenge consists of eight notated short videos demonstrating a variety of body percussion duos, at various levels of difficulty. Four challenges expanding on these patterns are then presented.

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Resources appropriate for D/deaf/F children. Singing.

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Hubs and Music Services may need to provide pupils, parents and carers with instrument maintenance guides whilst the country is in lockdown. If you don’t have guides ready to go, we may be able to help! Inspiring Music, Bedfordshire, Hounslow Music Service, Barking and Dagenham Community Music ServiceBuckinghamshire Music Trust and Warwick Music Groups have kindly shared their guides – get in touch with us at info@musicmark.org.uk if you have guides you can share with the wider membership or to let us know guides you need.

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Inclusion is a hot topic in music education and the arts, but do we really understand what we mean by it? Are we all on the same page when it comes to what inclusion actually is? And is our understanding informed by lived experience?

To try and tackle these questions, Drake Music launched this free resource for the music education sector – What is Inclusion? Making Music is the Key!

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Music leader and Zoom facilitator James Redwood shares the games, exercises and approaches he has found effective in leading workshops remotely.

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