The Importance of Music. Paul Davies Head of Doncaster Music Education Hub Paul.email@example.com. National Review of Music E ducation in England 2011. February 2011- Full Review of music education in England November 2011 - National Plan for Music “The Importance of Music”
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The Importance of Music Paul Davies Head of Doncaster Music Education Hub Paul.firstname.lastname@example.org
National Review of Music Education in England 2011 • February 2011- Full Review of music education in England • November 2011- National Plan for Music “The Importance of Music” • February 2012- Music Hub bid process • September 2012- 123 Hubs across England • Change of funding and priorities
Music Hub Core Roles • Ensure that every child aged 5 to 18 has the opportunity to learn a musical instrument (other than voice) through whole-class ensemble teaching programmes for ideally a year (but for a minimum of a term) of weekly tuition on the same instrument. • Provide opportunities to play in ensembles and to perform from an early stage. • Ensure that clear progression routes are available and affordable to all young people. • Develop a singing strategy to ensure that every pupil sings regularly and that choirs and other vocal ensembles are available in the area.
Music Hub Extension Roles • Offer continuing professional development to school staff, particularly in supporting schools to deliver music in the curriculum. • Provide an instrument loan service, with discounts or free provision for those on low incomes. • Provide access to large-scale and/or high-quality music experiences for pupils, working with professional musicians and/or venues. This may include undertaking work to publicise the opportunities available to schools, parents/carers and students.
Ofsted Review Nov 2013 • November 2013- review of Music Hubs impact • Head Teachers and Governors responsible for music curriculum within schools • Hubs to have challenging conversations with schools • Hubs to produce a School engagement plan
The Added Value music brings…… • Extensive research over the years has clearly highlighted the added value that music brings to both the academic and social development of children • Improved Academic Attainment- in areas such as numeracy, literacy, and language and listening skills. • Social Value of music-Increased self reliance, confidence, self -esteem, sense of achievements and ability to relate to others. • Improved behaviour and attendance
Key questions for Governors ? • Does you school have a music strategy? • Does your school have a singing strategy? • Does your school have a music co-ordinator? • Is music education accessible to all pupils across all year groups within your school? “and not just for the privileged few who can afford it” • Are there clear pathways for progression and transition? • Is your school aware of the role of Doncaster Music Education Hub? “Make music part of your school”