Skip to content

Talk into Action

Access resources from this one-day conference held on Thursday 23rd February 2017. The Inspire Event addressed the topic of inclusion and engagement in KS3 Music classrooms.

This guidance has been designed to support Music Education Hubs to develop inclusive practice in their work and ensure that all children – regardless of their background or circumstances – can access, engage with, and make progress through creative music-making opportunities.

SWLMEP is a partnership of seven music services which serve over 500 schools across South West London. The seven boroughs (Croydon, Hounslow, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton, Wandsworth) cover an area of significant diversity in terms of ethnicity, demographic profile, education attainment and socio-economic backgrounds. SWLMEP applied for funding from Sound Connections to help with its mission to diversify the service offering to be truly inclusive of each local community.

This toolkit will be a guide on how to create a more inclusive practice which enables every child to unlock their musical potential.

A case for the removal of cisgendered expectations in Western classical singing, and the creation of trans-positive singing spaces.

A practical toolkit of inclusive approaches for music making with deaf and hearing impaired children and young people. Developed by soundLINCS, it contains information, activities, advice and resources to support inclusive music delivery.

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

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!

Music Mark is delighted to offer an enhanced variety of training and resources to help support the development of Music Education Hubs through two programmes – Underpinning Hubs for the Future and the Workforce Development Programme.

Keynote speech and performance using MiMu gloves from singer, songwriter and music technologist Kris Halpin from Music Mark Annual Conference in Brighton, 2021.

Menu