Services for Schools
Furthering Talent - funding for young musicians
Published on 1st October 2019
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Nottinghamshire Music Education Hub works with numerous schools and partner organisations to deliver exciting music making opportunities for children and young people aged 5-18 years in Nottinghamshire.
*Whole Class Ensemble Teaching
We receive funding which allows us to offer maintained schools and academies provide a free opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument as part of a whole-class ensemble for a minimum of a term in Nottinghamshire maintained schools and academies. Please contact our WCET coordinator to book a FREE term for your school: call the Inspire Music team on 0115 977 3287 or email email@example.com
*Singing & vocal development support
We fund a countywide primary Singing Hub Schools network, with link schools in Ashfield, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Rushcliffe (we're working on Broxtowe and Bassetlaw!). Get fuller details on our Singing: Primary Phase page here and read how they work with their area primaries to support the development of singing strategies.
Through our partnership with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) and the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham we can support your school choir's vocal development, provide exciting performance platforms for your singers and an opportunity for them to surpass their own expectations. Our annual programme of vocal development workshop and performance opportunities are led by their artistic director, their professional tutors and their Fellowship singers. NYCGB lead in school workshops in spring and autumn terms, with performance opportunities in late spring and at Christmas. For a flavour of what we do, watch our inspirational partnership film 'Getting Schools Singing' here https://youtu.be/uTSP5vtghH0
Music CPD for Primary and Secondary teachers
We also offer teacher CPD opportunities via our Primary and Secondary Music CPD Network run by our partner The Minster School, Southwell. Our supportive termly network days are a chance for teachers to explore best practice in music education from a national and local perspective. Activities are tailored to meet the specific learning needs of participants.
Music Professional Partners
Inspire Youth Arts, based at The Old Library, Mansfield, deliver numerous workshops, studio sessions and inspiring performance opportunities year round., with encouragement and support for all abilities. Rock School, Able Orchestra, Singer-Songwriter Academy... we have it covered.
National Youth Orchestras of Great Britain have been working with our secondary schools on their NYO Young Promoters project and NYO Play the School days since 2017. Our 2019-20 school will be Queen Elizabeth's, Mansfield.
Music Hub funding allows us to support schools with pupils wanting to achieve Arts Awards. Discover costs may be covered 100%, while Explore at a heavily subsided rate. Our Arts Award templates are accessible via our dedicated Arts Award page. Please click here for further details.
Digital Music Resources
Charanga provide our digital music offer. Their suite of programmes include; Musical School (Primary), VIP Studio Sessions (Secondary) and Music Professional (Instrumental Teacher). All are designed to provide excellent classroom resources which support the new music curriculum. Nottinghamshire maintained and academy school receive a subsidised quote, as this resource is financially supported by ACE / DfE funding.
If you have any questions about our opportunities, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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