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Explore free, downloadable materials for using English traditional folk song, music, dance, drama and other arts in your teaching and learning. Resources are suitable for use in formal and informal settings.

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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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A database of resources curated on behalf of Arts Council England by Cape UK is designed to generate creative new ideas and inspire teachers of subjects at Key Stage 1 – 5 across the national curriculum.

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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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The Musical Bridges Programme, originally funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, provided resources, ideas, case studies as well as a comprehensive programme of transition activity to support pupils’ continuing musical journey from primary to secondary school.

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A Common Approach is a valuable teaching resource for an instrumental / vocal curriculum. Building on the experience and expertise of many teachers nationally, it sets out thoughts on a rationale for instrumental / vocal teaching, curriculum content and teaching strategies

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