“Cultural education gives children and young people the opportunity to develop their creativity, both individually and collectively, and that's why our goal is for every child and young person to have the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts.” Darren Henley Chief Executive Arts Council England Many of you will know about the Artsmark Award and that it has been comprehensively revised over the past year or so. The application process is now open and, although there is a registration fee, York Music Hub is offering financial support to the first 10 schools that apply from York...
York Music Hub (YMH) is committed to working in partnership to provide the best possible opportunities for children and young people to achieve their musical potential. YMH is seeking to further engage partners by commissioning new music activity from Hub partners and, as such, encouraging a greater diversity of providers, opportunities to develop new and innovative ideas, improve quality, share best practice, maximise resources and secure greater sustainability of music provision for the benefit of the community.
Wednesday 19th October 2016
Huntington Library, Huntington, YORK
4pm to 5.30pm
Launch of the Music Hub sheet music library. Refreshments and string quartet.
Charanga is a well established on-line music resource that is proving very useful to both specialist and non-specialist primary teachers. The resource is extremely comprehensive and covers an entire progressive scheme of work from Foundation to Year 6. Resources can be mixed and matched and even customised by individual schools to meet specific needs. In response to some of the key findings from the Schools Music Research Project, the York Music Hub has decided to make Charanga freely available to all York primary schools.
Music education for children will receive an £18 million funding boost Education Minister Nick Gibb announced today (22 July).
The extra £18 million will be allocated to music education, including to the national network of 123 music education hubs established in 2012. This brings the total amount of funding available to music hubs in the next financial year to over £75 million.