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Resources to support music education within secondary provision

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The diversity of London’s music scene is unrivalled and it is estimated that London hosts over 17,000 musical performances every year. London Curriculum teaching resources aim to support music teachers in helping their students.

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All of the songs from our graded singing books are available on Tido’s app for iPad and web, providing singers with a digital, interactive and portable way to practise the songs they are working on for their Trinity singing exam.

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A free, open access online course that introduces concepts of music notation and how to follow a score.

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Ideal for KS3/GCSE/BTEC teachers and music leaders, VIP Studio Sessions – the award-winning music education platform from Charanga – provides everything young people need to create, produce and release their own music.

Built for the classroom, VIP comprehensively supports the teaching of contemporary music genres – from Hip Hop, House and Grime to Dubstep, and more.

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Whole Class Ensemble Teaching (WCET) Research Report, commissioned by Music Mark and with Arts Council funding, lead by Professor Martin Fautley from Birmingham City University.

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Hosted by MEL Teacher Advocate, Rachel Barnes, on 28th March 2017, this TeachMeet explored possible aims and purposes of whole-year choirs, both in a wider school context and at KS3 music.

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The World Voice programme aims to ensure that, through training, collaboration and resources, young people have the opportunity to use singing to develop their musicality and support wider learning.

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Blog Post from John Finney

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