Explore the resources and support offered by music education partners to aid music making in your school!
Charanga is an online teaching and learning platform with curriculum content to support music education from EYFS to KS3. Their vast library of music education resources and model curriculums have been designed to aid specialists and non-specialist teachers deliver high quality music teaching that cover national curriculum aims and the Model Music Curriculum.
Kidenza is a charity specialising in fun and educational concerts for children and young people.
Kidenza’s aim is to introduce children to FUN orchestral music to support their learning in the classroom. Their workshops and concerts are designed to support the National Curriculum and the Ofsted Framework, they believe that students should be exposed to the best, to inspire them and to build their confidence to make music part of their lives.
- Deal Music & Arts
Deal Music & Arts work in schools across East Kent offering projects for a variety of ages and backgrounds working in diverse ways to reflect the cultural world we live in.
- Canterbury Christ Church University
Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) have a range of music courses available at undergraduate level as well as opportunities to study for beyond this at masters and doctorate level. With state-of-the-art facilities on site to support learners, CCCU are focused on delivering high quality education and opportunities for all those looking to explore a career in music.
Canterbury Christ Church University
Artswork works to empower children and young people through arts and culture, giving them the opportunity to explore and fulfil their potential in a future that we are all making together.
Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England (ACE), providing a clear framework for teachers and education professionals to plan, develop and evaluate their arts and cultural provision.