This blog post is part of a series of technology-based pieces from the Exchanging Notes project, in which we will share resources that have worked well in our accessible music sessions at Belvue School. See this […]
We are pleased to report that the award-winning Short Guide to Accessible Music Education has seen a big rise in the number of new entries. With now 200 entries to […]
On March 1st this year, Drake Music and Trinity College London hosted a one hour webinar on ‘Using Arts Award to accredit music for disabled young people’ as part of our series of […]
Today we are proud to release the We All Make Music GUIDE. You can read it online or download it here. The Guide aims to help the music education sector […]
Figurenotes is an alternative to conventional musical notation which has been used successfully by young people with learning difficulties (including some on the autistic spectrum) in Finland and Scotland. Figurenotes […]
Prima Vista publishes braille music and carries out research and development in braille music technology projects. Visitors to Prima Vista’s website at http://primavistamusic.com can browse by ear for braille editions […]
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?
Accessibility is often misunderstood as being either all encompassing, or just the provision of ramps.