Having a variety of resources in your toolkit for teaching music is always important, as well as refreshing the creativity of teaching and learning music. Please let us know of any top tips for resources by emailing us on email@example.com.
Here are some that we recommend...
For a great interactive insight into music of all kinds visit Sound Junction
For fantastic opportunities with World Music visit partner Arts Council England's National Portfolio Organisation Musiko Musika
For support with transition activities amongst many others, Musical Bridges is a great resource
For young people to showcase their music; collaborate, compete and develop their talent visit NuMu
For access to over 6000 music/vocal sets visit the Surrey Performing Arts Library
Beat Goes On - Whole school taster days & 10 week projects delivered by former STOMP cast member and qualified teacher Ollie Tunmer
ABRSM 100 pieces (Free classical music resources)
BBC 10 pieces (Free videos, lesson plans, arrangements etc)
Resources from our A Level and GCSE training day here
http://soundsofintent.org/ Assessment resources for SEND and early years and more!
A short video from the mighty Marylebone School, which has always had a formidable reputation for its music and arts provision, explaining precisdely why it is the arts are so crucial to them, to all young people, and why they keep creativity at the heart of their school at all times.
Alovely article about the dramatic INCREASE in SATS results (20%) for schools that recently worked with Opera North on their projects. Both schools dedicated up to 3hrs per week to music curriculum time. The Power of Music indeed!
www.ism.org/nationalcurriculum for frameworks for Primary and Secondary
www.ism.org/GCSE for GCSE draft spec comparisons
www.ism.org/GCSE for A level draft spec comparisons
www.edmodo.com Free system for uploading and sharing / commenting etc.
www.soundcloud.com Free storage and sharing of audio