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Over the past few months, the Musical Progressions Roundtable has been working on how all of the partner organisations in a Hub might come together, working with children and young people and their parents/carers and others, to create environments in which all children's individual progression journeys could be supported.

As we embark on a new year of projects with primary schools in Tower Hamlets, we look back on what made 2012 great!

Part 4 – Making it happen! Making Music Together

I am pondering the YM generic outcome ‘To embed learning and effective practice in host and partner organisations’ -what does that mean and what will it look like when it’s done?

The UK’s largest exhibition and professional development conference for anyone who teaches music.

Part 3 – Making it happen! The importance of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

OPUS Music CIC is busily engaged with musical residencies in children's hospitals across the East Midlands thanks to funding and support from Youth Music and all our regional partners.

Sign up to the Youth Music Network and the CYMAZ Group to access the application form for Generate.

  • by HallamR

    Thu 17 Jan 2013 - 5 comments

Judgements, Perspectives and Perceptions: Quality is essential: who judges?

Our funding is running out, we are one of many similar projects that doesn't sit comfortably within the confines of a funding stream that trickles in a drought. It's time therefore to put things into perspective ...

Came across a really great impact measurement tool and wanted to share it

This blog is part of a resource called Overcoming the Challenges of Delivering Music-Making Projects (part one). Part one explores recruiting and engaging children and young people. The information comes from evaluation reports provided from projects funded by Youth Music for the charity's 2011-2012 Impact Report.