Engagement opportunities for schools
Music provision, opportunities and information for all schools across Derby and Derbyshire.
From September 2013, Music Education Hubs replaced the music service model of delivering musical activities in schools and ensemble activities with a more joined-up approach involving local authorities, music services, other music education providers and communities. All work together to deliver the National Plan for Music Education.
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#Conference 2020 – Royal Albert Hall Conference Centre, Nottingham
An exciting conference for all phases of music education, exploring Cultural Capital and the new Ofsted framework
Tuesday 28 January and Monday 3 February 2020
Are you ready for a Deep Dive into Music? Twilight CPD sessions focussing on a possible deep-dive music inspection by Ofsted
The Derbyshire Songbook is an exciting and brand new classroom resource for singing - free to schools when they sign up to a Derbyshire Songbook Project
30-week instrumental programmes of whole class instrumental teaching. Supporting schools to deliver Core Role 1 of the National Plan for Music Education, and contributing to a broad and balanced curriculum.
10-week Whole Class Ensemble Teaching projects for KS2 classes. Supporting schools not signed up to Wider Opportunities to deliver Core Role 1 of The National Plan for Music Education.
A modern, easy-to-use online resource to help teach primary music. The Derbyshire Music Education Hub is pleased to be offering 10% off licences for Derby and Derbyshire schools.
Artsmark has been designed by schools, for schools, to align with School Improvement Plans and support core EBACC and STEM priorities, giving the curriculum breadth and balance.
A song for Derbyshire − a newly-commissioned song especially for pupils and young musicians in Derby and Derbyshire.
All Derby and Derbyshire schools have access to Music Partnership instrumental and vocal teaching and instrument loan services.
Music Excellence Partner status is awarded to schools in Derbyshire and Derby City which demonstrate good practice in supporting the delivery and development of music provision, as outlined in the Government's National Plan for Music Education.
"The National Plan for Music Education (NPME): The Importance of Music" sets out four core and three extension roles for the delivery of music education in the UK.
Latest news, developments and reports from Ofsted and the Department for Education about music provision in education
The Ofsted Report, 'Music in Schools: what hubs must do' concerns the impact that, from April 2014, Music Education Hubs are required have on leading improvements on the delivery of music curriculum in schools.