Seventeen music services from across England will be piloting an innovative programme of inclusive music work with vulnerable young people in primary schools this Autumn. The projects are part of the Changing Tracks national programme run by Hertfordshire Music Service and funded by Youth Music.
The pilot is a rollout of a programme pioneered by Hertfordshire Music Service to reduce school exclusions. The aim is to help other music services to grow their understanding and skills in inclusive music work, and to support music tutors to develop new skills for working with children facing barriers to music and learning. The projects will run for six months, in one primary school per organisation.
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