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Resources to support music education within secondary provision

A classroom arrangement that will introduce your pupils to jazz, blues and swing music.

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A downloadable calendar featuring 31 black composers with link to Spotify playlist.

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This Black History resource reflects on music-making among enslaved people in former British colonies in the Southern US and Caribbean. Video, audio files and supporting PDF are all free to download, and designed for secondary educators.

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This toolkit from British Army Music consists of four free and engaging resources. Introduced by a real-life Army musician, each resource focuses on one instrument and covers instrument knowledge, music history, composition and listening skills.

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Blog post from Martin Fautley (Professor of Education at Birmingham City University)

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Lead call and response sessions for your class or school. Resources to enable you to lead a session with no prior experience – plus additional resources to help you put the workshop in its context, enriching the experience for everyone.

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Watch Dr Ally Daubney and Duncan Mackrill (University of Sussex) revealing the key findings of their research into changes in music provision in secondary schools.

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MEL Teacher Advocate Steven Berryman has written an article about his experiences of collaboration in music education.

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Access links shared by the Drake Music session the Music Excellence London Inspire Event, incorporating a mix of live sampling/sound capture and composition using iPads and Apps

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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.

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