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Celebrate Refugee Week  2017 by singing Grumpy Sheep Music’s “One World to Share”

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Building on pupils’ experience of singing at primary school, secondary students are now able to continue their musical development with Sing Up songs and resources.

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The BBC’s Ten Pieces is an ambitious initiative for school pupils, which aims to open up the world of classical music by using ten pieces as a spring-board for creativity.

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TOP DOG is here! A songbook full of bright new songs for children, which will invite and encourage them to delight in singing, wherever they are: at home or travelling, at camp or in the classroom.

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The SongLibrary is an on-line collection of songs written for primary school choirs and the classroom. They are age-appropriate, well crafted and fun to sing, with a strong educational focus.

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The fabulous new S!ng™ Series from Out of the Ark Music is designed to get your school singing about almost anything and everything!

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At Musicroom, we’re passionate about the value of teaching and learning and we know there’s no better place to start or continue a musical journey than among inspiring teachers, proud parents and supportive friends. That’s why we’ve made finding sheet music and resources as easy as possible.

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Friday Afternoons is about encouraging young people to sing. Our newly composed songs and support material aim to help teachers develop their students’ skills – as performers, listeners and composers.

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Classical 100 is a free website for primary schools in England. Complementing existing teaching resources, it gives pupils access to 100 pieces of fantastic classical music, from Bach to Bernstein and Handel to Haydn.

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Christopher Norton, composer of the world-famous Microjazz series, is one of the world’s most popular educational music composers. His pieces feature on examination syllabuses throughout the world as well as at festivals and competitions.

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