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This updated guide provides valuable information for governors of schools across England about the importance, benefits, and value of music education.

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Reach Volunteering have created a new resource of guidance, tools and tips to help you recruit trustees and diversify your board.

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Advice partner law firm Bates Wells have created a short guide for charities to develop and instil best practice in diversity and inclusivity.

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A free download by musicroom exploring what’s required for setting up your own virtual choir.

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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.

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These documents are intended to support the continuation of music making in school settings, both instrumental
and whole class; to ensure the smooth transition of tuition from an online platform back into the school environment with appropriate support for schools and parents and to resume whole class enrichment activities.

The health and safety of all school students, staff and music tutors is paramount. The Guidance here is intended to support with a safe return to teaching.

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In addition to our Music Unlocked guidance these risk assessments have been prepared for use by Music Mark Members to support with the safe return to Music Teaching in schools.

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Music Mark has worked alongside independent Music Education consultant Gary Griffiths to compile COVID-19 related guidance. We have reviewed academic studies, and consulted our Members, the Music Teachers’ Association, the Music Industries Association, the Incorporated Society of Musicians and the Musicians’ Union, as well as individual sector experts, headteachers and teachers.

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As Music Education Providers develop their online offers at speed, Music Education Consultant Abi D’Amore hosts a Music Mark Members Webinar with presentations from Viki Smith (PMLL), Kerryn Hill (PRS) and Anthony Yarde (PRS). Exploring the specific challenges around licensing in the new online teaching space is increasingly vital to Music Education Providers due to the Coronavirus Lockdown. This session consists of talks from the panellists followed by a Q&A with the session participants. This Music Mark Members Webinar was hosted live on 12th May 2020

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