In addition, NTMEH runs regular EYFS projects and works in partnership to support the North Tyneside School Improvement Early Years team.
Our current Youth Music Funded Breaking Down Barriers project is designed to support nursery settings in the Riverside area. This project is run in partnership with Children North East and aims to bring together families through music making activities, with an emphasis on providing support and training to parents and carers to increase confidence and broaden social networks.
For further information about our support to Early Years and Foundation Settings please contact us.
Our talented young string players support installation ceremony of the new Tyne and Wear High Sheriff NTMEH were honoured to be asked by Mr David Bavaird to take part in…Read More >
From Coldplay to Matilda the musical, we had it all at this year’s Spring Sing Concert 2022. Eight Primary School Choirs joined the music hub at the Playhouse, Whitley Bay…Read More >
An online music and creative careers conference day for north-east based secondary schools with UK music, Nrthrn Baby Records, Newcastle and Northumbria Universities and NAME. Facilitated by North Tyneside Music…Read More >
With funding from Youth Music we are working in partnership with Sunderland Music Education Hub and Music Partnership North: Newcastle to deliver Music Changemakers: Inclusion Matters. We need ten freelance peripatetic/community…Read More >
The DfE have today published a new model curriculum for music; a resource designed to ensure universal provision of music education, for all pupils, in all schools. In time and…Read More >
There are so many excellent resources out there to support musical learning in schools, but not many as good as BBC Ten Pieces: Ten Pieces – BBC Teach. There are…Read More >
‘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: