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Qualitative action research project by Nottingham Trent University that explores the contribution of music intervention programmes for children in challenging circumstances, and specifically those working with a Youth Justice Intervention Team.

Research by Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, to identify ways to support young parents in challenging circumstances to participate in social interaction with other young parents and their babies and toddlers through musical activities.

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.

Research by York St John University that articulates the findings of an investigation focused on the efficacy of a training initiative which sought a greater understanding of music, and its value as a resource and intervention for Children’s Services

A toolkit and training resource commissioned by Music Education Hubs. Developed by soundLINCS and Nottingham Trent University following practitioner led research to explore music making and singing approaches for whole class teaching in SEND schools.

Music Mark shares its October 2018 consultation of its members on the future of the National Plan for Music Education, pulled together by Music Mark Trustee Maureen Hanke.

Creative United’s business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries.

Statement and brochures from Music Excellence London

Karen Brock outlines the stages needed to implement a School Music Education Plan.

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.