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Network Newsletter

September edition of the Youth Music Network newsletter out now!

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Working with deaf and hearing impaired children

The NMPAT inclusion team share their findings.

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Youth Music grants get a revamp

Changes include introduction of small grants and higher qualifying age limits

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A fair deal for vulnerable young people?

Latest research on the impact of public sector cuts.

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Soundwaves case studies

Musical inclusion across Devon and Torbay

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Direct From The Source

Music Leading in a Domestic Abuse Refuge for women and children in Plymouth 

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The Creativity Project

Music4U’s report now available.

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Youth Orchestras for disabled people

Consultation findings

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Other adults in your session: Help or Hindrance?

Join the discussion with your own experiences...

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Exploring the ukelele

Watch this video of a two-year old taking her first musical steps.

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A day in the life of a Project Trainee

Read about what it's like to train on a Key Stage 1 music project

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Welcome to the Youth Music Network

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Rubber Soul was released in 1965. In 2015, we celebrate its 50th anniversary.
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MusicNet East works in an area with few informal music organisations, Youth Music grant-holders are also few and far between. We have noticed is that it is difficult to find project managers for schemes of work who understand both the musical context of the work but also how this relates to the personal and social outcomes for young participants.
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To fellow Early Years Practitioners
music-making session with young children
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Want to get adults and carers more engaged in early-years music-making?
Paraorchestra performing on stage in Qatar
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The MUSE Project is working to establish youth orchestras for disabled people in England and we’re changing our name to reflect this new focus for the organisation. But what should these youth orchestras and also the new organisation be called?
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Since 2006 Readipop has delivered three Urban Orchestra projects in conjunction with music services and has developed a model for musical inclusive work with young people. We have tried to mix the best of the 'urban' experience with the ethos of the orchestra to create something that is more the feel of a yarn bombed lamp post or an open...

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Becca

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Evaluation to date - WILD Music Project Update – July 2014

Thank you Nell, I think it would be really useful to the whole Early Years Music Sector to develop new ways of...

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Doug Bott

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Youth Orchestras for disabled people - consultation findings

The full consultation findings have now been published and are available to download here: http://bit.ly/1pgqK9t You'll...

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Doug Bott

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Youth Orchestras for disabled people. What should they be called?

The full consultation findings have now been published and are available to download here: http://bit.ly/1pgqK9t You'...

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anita holford

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Young Leaders

Hi Emily, Debra at Brighter Sound will also be able to help - she's been developing a young leaders programme that I've...