“Opportunities for performance: all of the programmes recognised the importance of performance and almost all offered performance opportunities within the school where the programme was implemented.”
A Head and Assistant Head of Music Service describe the set-up of Champion Schools and the opportunity of pupil performance.
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 headteacher describes the importance of high quality musician teachers to inspire children's musical learning and provide aspirational performance opportunities.
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 teaching assistant describes why WCET has been successful within her school.
A Year 3 recorder (pre-WCET) classroom performance composed by the peripatetic music teacher to reinforce how to play the recorder.
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The exam board of the Royal Schools of Music