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A charity who offer music lessons at three of their centres, plus hire of musical instruments, choirs, festivals and plenty of advice and opportunities for teachers too.
North London Festival of Music, Speech and Drama
1st Note Education are proud sponsors of this fantastic Festival.Throughout April and May every year the North London Music Festival offers a huge range of classes including Piano, Singing, Composition and Speech and Drama. They hold regular competitions and prizes throughout the festival.
Department of Education
A hub of information for teachers of all subjects. From how to get into teaching, school performance tables and the most up to date information regarding education policy.
Getting into Teaching
If you are thinking of becoming a teacher, need some advice or are interested in Bursaries or Scholarships this is the place for you.
Ofsted inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people. Keep up to date with developments in education via their news feed.
The NSPCC offers online training for child protection and safeguarding training for anyone working in schools or colleges https://nspcc.csod.com
National Curriculum in England:
The Music Programmes of Study for Key Stages 1 to Key Stage 3.
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‘Music is an invaluable resource when it comes to children’s mental health – and yet it’s under attack’
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