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Research supporting the teaching, learning & development of music education

In Harmony aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, through the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making

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

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Report of the findings from OHMI Teaching Pilot and recommendations for both policy and practice.

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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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An independent review of music education in schools commissioned by the Paul Hamlin Foundation. The review looked at challenges in music teaching and work being undertaken to improve practice.

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NFER analysis of a Music Education Hub annual survey conducted by Arts Council England.

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Listen Imagine Compose investigates how composing is taught and learned in secondary schools and draws on the expertise of teachers and their pupils, composers, music education academics and arts organisations.

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The impact of the London Music Fund is inspiring; the Scholarship programme provides sustained and progressive tuition over four years, specifically to children from low-income families.

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Research by Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, to identify ways to support young parents in challenging circumstances to participate in social interaction with other young parents and their babies and toddlers through musical activities.

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Since 2013 Arts Council England have published an annual report looking at how Music Education Hubs are performing. This report presents the latest data from 2017.

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