Although many activities were established initially in response to the Covid 19 pandemic, NTMEH plans to continue to expand and develop this offer. In a recent survey, just over half of the participants of our Youth Music funded project, Standing Upright, indicated that they would like to see virtual activities continuing in the longer term.
Some examples of our recent blended and virtual learning offer include:
A range of learning activities which can be undertaken by schools and students working remotely or in a virtual environment:
Example Classroom Resources
We have also developed a range of virtual performance opportunities for primary and secondary schools and for our music centre groups and choirs.
- Somewhere over the Rainbow Project (June 2020)
- Lockdown Gig for Secondary Students (July 2021)
- Autumn Term Music Centre Concert (November 2020)
- NTMEH Christmas Concert and Primary Schools Peace Child Project (December 2020)
Virtual Choirs and Groups
‘Musical Inclusion is about removing barriers to ensure all children enjoy full participation in a music education that supports the development and achievement of each young person based on their individual abilities, needs and interests’.
In addition to termly network meetings and drop-in sessions, NTMEH offers a wide range of continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities for music teachers, senior leaders, tutors and freelance practitioners.
All instrumental lessons are delivered by our team of freelance visiting music teachers, some of whom are commissioned directly through the hub, with others directly contracted via schools and parents.
Whether it’s developing people’s skills and knowledge through training or bringing colleagues together at an event, our teams deliver training and events that reflect your current needs.
To book CPD visit: