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Shared by the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, the PDF is advice from a psychologist around how to speak with young people about Coronavirus (covid-19).

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Following the governmental announcement on Wednesday 18th March that schools will now close for most students, Music Mark has collated information on how Music Hubs and Services can adapt their provision. From supporting the schools still teaching vulnerable students and the children of key workers to teaching remotely. This page will be updated as and when we hear more from our membership and the wider sector. If you would like to tell us more about what you are doing, why not complete this survey?

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The latest information available on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Music Mark’s guide to answering the questions within the DfE’s consultation on the National Plan for Music Education and a report on a meeting of members of the Music Education
Sector about the future of the National Plan for Music Education.

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An inquiry into funding for and access to music education in Wales by the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee.

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Documents, resources and information about what to expect from an Ofsted subject ‘deep dive’ in music.

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Music Mark and the Musicians’ Union are delighted to launch a set of three guides which will provide advice and guidance to organisations who are engaging the music education workforce.

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Tools and guidance, blogs and case studies to help you break down barriers to music-making. From the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England and Youth Music.

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A Music Subject Leader shares their experience of an OfSTED subject deep dive into music.

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This document is designed to give all staff responsible for music teaching within primary schools an overview and expected standard based on key areas (building blocks and strands of learning).

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