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Updated 15th June 2021
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At Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service, the health and well-being of our audiences, musicians, participants and staff is of the highest priority. We will continue to support musicians, staff, parents and our audiences as best as we can through these difficult times. We'd like to thank everybody for their understanding and patience.
DfE announces new model curriculum 26 March 2021
The aim of the Model Music Curriculum (MMC) is to ensure a universal provision of music education, for all pupils in all schools. In time and resources, this provision is as follows: At Key Stages 1 and 2, pupils should receive a minimum of one hour of teaching a week; this may take the form of short sessions spread across the week.
In Years 3 or 4, it is recommended that each class should start a whole-class instrumental programme lasting a minimum of one term.
The mandatory term will be supported by teachers from the local Music Education Hub.
Opportunities for development should continue beyond the mandatory term. There should be access to both rhythmic and melodic instruments in Key Stages 1 and 2; this may be as part of the whole-class instrumental programme and/or in other classroom teaching. Music should have a minimum of one weekly period the whole way through Key Stage 3. Carousels are not a substitute that fits with the values of comprehensive education.
Our Covid 19 Information & Guidance page contains the latest guidance for Leicester and Leicestershire schools on safe musical learning. This page is updated regularly as new guidance is released from the DfE and we are continually reviewing our Risk Assessments with regard to Covid 19 - LSMS Covid 19 Risk Assessment 04.06.21. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you want further support, advice or clarification.
Visit our Musical Solutions page to find out how we can help with innovative distance learning. We are committed to delivering high quality music education and are working with Schools to ensure that young people's music education can continue.
If you're thinking about future Music Projects for your school, have any queries about our projects, bookings or any way we might be able to help you and your students make music. please contact a member of our team. If you would like to book projects online, please click here -http://bit.ly/LSMSSchBook.
If you are a Student / Parent / School looking for free activities, please click on Student Learning where we are continuing to upload new resources every day. You can also find resources on our Youtube channel, split into playlists for different instruments and activities. Lastly, you might want to explore our Performance archive.
If are interested in playing in one of our Performance Group, please click here for information - Peformance Groups, including how to join and how things will take place moving forward. Groups are meeting virtually.