The first year of our Youth Music funded Exchanging Notes project was ambitious, involved many unknowns and experiments, yet was a real success in terms of participant enjoyment, learning outcomes, […]
We have a small number of places available to join our regular music group for learning disabled adults in Bristol. Read on for more information.
LooperDooper can help pretty much anyone make music including musicians with a range of special educational needs and disabilities. It has been co-designed by students and staff members at three […]
The Prospectors are a 12-strong band of disabled musicians who’ve been meeting once a week in Heaton Moor near Stockport for over 6 years.
In March of 2013 I attended the Music Education Expo at which I had the opportunity to speak at the Drake Music TeachMeet. I – along with a number of […]
The British Dyslexia Association and Music Teacher Magazine have produced an excellent ‘Teacher Guide To Music And Dyslexia’ which is available to download as a PDF file here: www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/files/music_teacher_guide_music_and_dyslexia.pdf The […]
The Grid 2 is computer software that provides ‘an all-in-one package for communication and access’. Within formal music education, The Grid 2 can enable disabled students to use music software […]
Here’s a whole bunch of lesson plans for using the Skoog in the classroom as part of the music curriculum from Early Years to KS4. The Skoog is an exciting […]
Introduction To Music is a new, accessible music course created by Drake Music in partnership with AptEd (formerly known as OCNSWR – Open College Network South West Region). The course can be […]
Learning Grids World is a website where any registered Clicker 6 software user can create an account to download and share Clicker 6 Grid Sets for free. Clicker 6 is […]