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Leadership & Management

Resources for leadership & management within music education

The National Curriculum Expert Subject Advisory Group (ESAG) for Music has developed materials and guidance to support all primary and secondary schools in England in understanding and implementing the new National Curriculum and to provide a basis for their own curriculum planning.

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The programmes of study set out the minimum requirements for music as a starting point for schools developing innovative provision to meet the needs of their pupils.

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The programmes of study set out the minimum requirements for music as a starting point for schools developing innovative provision to meet the needs of their pupils.

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This resource from the National Deaf Children’s Society is an excellent guide that will help music professionals develop confidence in supporting the music education of deaf children and young people.

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Ofqual have produced subject-level conditions and requirements for GCSE music, as well as a subject-level guidance.

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A Music Subject Leader shares their experience of an OfSTED subject deep dive into music.

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Dr Alison Daubney (PhD) and sports psychology specialist Gregory Daubney (MSc, MBPsS) offers guidance to music teachers for their identification and management of performance anxiety.

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This series looks at different ways to support young people to overcome barriers to their music making.

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PowerPoint presentations from event on Quality in Teaching and Learning, by West Midlands Music , March 1st, Birmingham.

 

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Drake Music, one of Youth Music’s strategic partners, have shared their expertise on music-making with disabled young people, in a new version of our reflective practice tool.

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