Associate Musician Ben Sellers looks at how to support music-making in non-mainstream schools, suggesting 8 methods to apply locally, regionally and nationally.
Think2020 is our 3 year strategic programme, funded by Youth Music to help improve SEND music education in the following ways: workforce development organisational development improved opportunities for musical progression […]
Think 2020 has made great progress in Year 1 and has exciting plans coming up for Year 2.
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 […]
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 […]
Ray De Grussa mastered using specialist computer software to achieve his ambition of composing music, despite his many impairments.
In Autumn 2011, DM Education carried out a nationwide consultation into disabling barriers to formal music education. The consultation findings are posted here in the ‘Experiences’ section of the DM […]
P Scales are a format for assessing progress for students who are operating below National Curriculum Level 1. This useful document (which can be downloaded as a pdf file here) […]
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 […]