“The programme had the potential to enhance the reputation of the school externally and internally enhance ethos and school climate.”
Senior Music Service leaders discuss critical partnership working to build relationships with key school staff.
A Head of Music Service describes the difference between instrumental learning and national curriculum learning for the benefit of the school.
Senior Music Service leaders describe the factors that contribute to successful WCET from headteacher support to class teacher participation.
A teaching assistant and peripatetic music teacher discuss the negative impact if WCET were to discontinue.
A peripatetic music teacher and teaching assistant discuss the inspiration created from older pupils as WCET is embedded over time.
A peripatetic music teacher and teaching assistant talk about the development of music within the school since WCET introduced.
A peripatetic music teacher and teaching assistant discuss the positive change being viewed as part of school staff rather than just visiting teacher.
A peripatetic music teacher describes the importance of a supportive headteacher and active school staff in the success of WCET.
A headteacher, head of Music Service and music coordinator discuss the whole school approach taken to increase music provision including staff development.
Two headteachers discuss the importance of maintaining music as ring-fenced funding and as an investment for better pupil outcomes.
A headteacher describes impact of embedding music within the school and how that has improved the reputation and relationship of the school within the local community.
A headteacher, head of Music Service and Music Coordinator discuss how music is embedding inclusively within curriculum as well as providing opportunities for progression beyond school.
A headteacher described why music is important for her pupils within the school.
A headteacher talks about the impact of music for pupils in contributing toward behaviours for learning.
A headteacher, head of Music Service and Music Coordinator discuss how music has successfully developed through effective partnership.
A music coordinator describes how the partnership with the Music Service develops the music provision across the entire school.
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