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Music / National Plan for Music - Secondary Self Evaluation
« Last post by Sara on Yesterday at 05:30:36 PM »
Music Mark and the Music Teachers’ Association, as part of the #CanDoMusic partnership, have developed a self-evaluation tool. It is designed to be used by primary and secondary teachers, and school leaders, as they review
their own provision, identify areas for development and celebrate excellent work.

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Music / National Plan for Music - Primary Self Evaluation
« Last post by Sara on Yesterday at 05:28:55 PM »
Music Mark and the Music Teachers’ Association, as part of the #CanDoMusic partnership, have developed a self-evaluation tool. It is designed to be used by primary and secondary teachers, and school leaders, as they review
their own provision, identify areas for development and celebrate excellent work.

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Music / Re: National Plan for Music Education
« Last post by Sara on Yesterday at 05:21:48 PM »
Here is a summary of the National Plan for Music,
created by The Music Teachers Association.

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Music / National Plan for Music Education - Where Assemblies Feature
« Last post by Sara on Yesterday at 09:53:21 AM »
The National Plan is Here Our FREE resources to help you deliver this plan are HERE

Below we have picked out the references to Assembies.

Music in schools
Schools should aim high with their music provision, to embed and exceed the national curriculum and to support their pupils to realise their musical potential. A high-quality school music education consists of three distinct, but interlinked areas of provision.
• Curriculum music, compulsory from key stages 1-3, then optional for examination classes (e.g. GCSE, vocational and technical qualifications and A level).
• Instrumental and vocal lessons, and ensemble membership.
• Musical events and opportunities, such as singing in assembly, concerts and shows, and trips to professional concerts.

Kurt’s story
Kurt Martinez is a 32-year-old recording and mixing engineer from Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. He has worked with major artists including AJ Tracey, Sam Fender, Jess Glynne and Burna Boy.
Kurt’s role involves planning studio sessions with an artist or musician, setting up the required equipment, recording the instruments and editing and mixing recorded tracks.
While studying GCSE Music, Kurt played in a number of bands, performing in assembly, school shows and local arts events. He taught himself how to use Logic Pro to record ideas, demos and coursework.

Singing
Singing is key to developing musicianship and will be a core part of the curriculum offer at primary. It is already a strength of many primary schools.
In addition to dedicated curriculum singing time, some schools find that incorporating short bursts of singing into every school day works well. Assemblies also offer an opportunity to sing, as a whole school or in year groups, and to perform as a class or ensemble. Regular singing prior to and continued during instrumental teaching can support its success.

Live music events and performance
Children should be given the opportunity to perform, as is set out in the national curriculum, regardless of whether they pursue co-curricular music. This can be both in school, peer to peer and to parents or carers (in concerts, assemblies, shows), and beyond school wherever possible. We would encourage all schools to aim to deliver at least one musical concert or show involving music every term, offering pupils the opportunity to perform and have their music heard.

Live music and performance
As in primary school, all pupils in early secondary school should be given the opportunity to perform, both peer to peer and to parents and carers (in concerts, assemblies, shows), and beyond school wherever possible, as part of curriculum music. We would encourage all schools to aim to deliver at least one concert and/or musical show, offering pupils the opportunity to perform each term.


Case Study
Malcolm Arnold Academy is a large secondary school within the David Ross Education Trust with 240 pupils per year group and a growing sixth form of 142 students. It has an above average proportion of pupils with English as an additional language (27%), 11% of pupils with SEND, and 22% eligible for Pupil Premium.
All key stage 3 pupils receive classroom music teaching for one hour per week and singing takes place in every music lesson. The curriculum has been developed by the Trust’s community of music teachers and shares the Model Music Curriculum’s aim of knowledge-rich music-making building students’ musical understanding. GCSE Music, and A level Music and Music Technology are a guaranteed curriculum offer.
All pupils have access to 1:1 instrumental tuition and instrumental and vocal rehearsal opportunities throughout the school day. Pupils can also join one of the school’s four choirs, Brass Ensemble, Folk Group, Concert Band, Big Band, Jazz Group or Rock Band. In addition, music events, such as assemblies, house competitions, concerts and trips to professional concerts, run throughout the year.
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Music / National Plan for Music Education
« Last post by Sara on Yesterday at 09:40:26 AM »
DfE Policy paper June 2022   AssemblyTube Resources Here
The power of music to change lives: a national plan for music education
Sets out our vision for music education and how this can be achieved through partnerships with schools, music hubs, the music and creative sector, and others.

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KS3 Video Assemblies / Responsibility - Child & Man
« Last post by Sara on June 24, 2022, 12:31:09 PM »
Are you responsible for your own actions?
What do you think is happening here?

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Latest Ideas / Re: End of Term Assembly
« Last post by Sara on June 13, 2022, 04:37:19 PM »
Let us know your ideas for End of Term Assembly. Will you use any of the ideas above?
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KS4 Video Assemblies / Platinum Jubilee - A Life of Service
« Last post by Sara on June 05, 2022, 09:34:26 AM »
We look back on Her Majesty’s life of service from her time as a young Princess supporting the war effort to her extraordinary commitment to her role as Monarch.

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KS4 Video Assemblies / Platinum Jubilee - Constant in culture
« Last post by Sara on June 05, 2022, 09:31:53 AM »
For 70 years The Queen has been at the centre of our culture, much imitated, but never bettered. In today’s video, we look at the face which has launched ships, adorned billions of coins and bank notes, inspired works of art and more ...

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KS3 Video Assemblies / Platinum Jubilee - Heartbeat of history
« Last post by Sara on June 05, 2022, 09:29:36 AM »
We look back on Her Majesty’s reign against the backdrop of historic change and national moments of celebration and reflection.

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