Entrust Music Service Staffordshire (Lead Partner)

Riverway Centre

Stafford, ST16 3TH

musicservice@entrust-ed.co.uk 0333 300 1900

Advocacy

The NWMMEH is committed to ensuring all children and young people have the opportunity to access the highest quality musical opportunities and education.

 

Benefits of Music Education – Reports and Links

 

10 Things schools should know about learning music:

 

www.musicmark.org.uk/research-resources/projects-research/10-things-schools-should-know-about-learning-music 

 

A digest of Institute of Education research and its impact on policy and government thinking:

 

www.ioe.ac.uk/Research_Expertise/IOE_RD_A4_ME_final_d.pdf

 

Summary of Professor Sue Hallam’s 2001 report The Power of Music – focus on psychological/neurological / educational effects of music:

 

www.edwardmaxwell.com/thepowerofmusic.pdf

 

Article in Music Teacher on Professor Sue Hallam’s Power of Music research:

 

www.musiced.org.uk/teachers/powerofmusic/pom.pdf

 

The social benefits of music:

 

www.guardian.co.uk/culture-professionals-network/culture-professionals-blog/2013/apr/10/music-education-dudamel-future-play?CMP=twt_gu

 

The Ofsted report Music in Schools - Sound Partnerships (Oct 2012) highlights the responsibility of schools to invest in good partnership working with external music specialists to offer a good music education.

 

The impact of music making outside of school and with particular groups of young people: 

 

http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/resources/research