Music Making, Special Educational Needs & Disability

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Three months on, what have Emma Lines, Jonathan Westrup and the Music Education Council learnt through producing the 'Short Guide'?

If you are reading this then you know and understand Youth Music’s vision - that life-changing music-making should be available to all children and young people. AllStars music, our Fund B initiative, explores integration as a step forward for the musical inclusion agenda.

Part two of a reflection on a year of music making with young people in Rutland

Part one of a reflection of the year making music with young people in Rutland

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Live Music Now has made a short film which provides insight into delivering music sessions for young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.  The film was created as part of a Youth Music funded project in which 4 pairs of early career musicians from Live Music Now delivered a year-long residency in four specialist autism schools in London.  The musicians were supported during the project by school staff and mentors Professor Adam Ockelford and Graham Dowdall.  The film captures some of the musicians' learning, focusing on particular elements which they felt were important for planning music sessions in this type of setting.
 

  • by mlkirby

    Fri 4 Nov 2016 - 2 comments

I am looking for parents, carers and teachers of children with Autism who are willing to take part in anonymous questionnaire

This discussion group has been set up as an online space for all things related to music-making, special edcuational needs and disabilities. There is a wealth of great practice from all around the country represented on the Youth Music Network, and it is intended that this group should provide a virtual connection to close some of the geographical gaps. If you are new to the group, please feel free to post and let everyone know a little a bit about yourself and what you do!

This discussion group has been set up as an online space for all things related to music-making, special edcuational needs and disabilities. There is a wealth of great practice from all around the country represented on the Youth Music Network, and it is intended that this group should provide a virtual connection to close some of the geographical gaps. If you are new to the group, please feel free to post and let everyone know a little a bit about yourself and what you do!

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