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Inclusive Practice in Music Education Hubs

We continue to support 5 music education hubs to increase and embed musically inclusive practice in to their offer. We reflect on inclusive practice across the sector, particularly with regards to young people with additional needs or from disadvantaged backgrounds who might not have digital devices or the internet, might not have family/carers on hand to help access resources or where provision isn’t suitable for their individual needs and access requirements. We have focused a significant amount of time and energy on devising resources and materials for dissemination to young people and the groups that support them to ensure that musical support and opportunities are offered to all.

  • Musical Inclusion embedded as MEH priority - Music inclusion is embedded as a standing item on the agenda of hub meetings and through the development/dissemination and sharing of inclusion strategies.
  • Accessible and Diverse MEH musical opportunities - The range of accessible and diverse music-making opportunities provided by Music Education Hubs is increased, communicated about and accessed.
  • Engagement from the disengaged - Increased engagement in music delivery for groups of young people who previously did not participate in or had been disengaged with hub activity.