On September 15th Drake Music held its second Compose and Perform Training Day for schools, as part of our Think2020 programme to boost inclusivity in music education. Compose & Perform […]
Q: When is a framework not a framework? A: When it’s a bridge. The Youth Music SEN/D Quality Framework is helping special schools and music organisations to talk together and […]
As 2016 draws to a close, many ‘end of year’ reviews in the media are already speaking of a difficult twelve months. However – and the papers may not necessarily […]
(The following piece is written by Drake Music Associate Tara Baggott, who plays bass guitar in this film) Absorbed by Sound is a group made up of young disabled musicians […]
Assessment and Accreditation with SEN/D music education
At the end of October 2015, Drake Music released its Top 10 of common needs for music hubs and SEN/D music provision – the first evidence-based survey of its kind […]
We invited colleagues from the music sector to pick just one from our Top 10 common needs for music hubs and SEN/D – and tell us why it’s especially important […]
On Friday 23rd October 2015, Drake Music will be running a workshop at the Music Learning Revolution conference in London. The focus of the session is: ‘Explore how new technologies can […]
So, why did Drake Music organize a Teachmeet focused on SEND music and music hubs at the Music Ed Expo 2015?
A key issue for music hubs working to meet the needs of SEND children and young people is: what does effective practice look/ sound like?