We provide various opportunities to help Music Leaders, teachers, Music Education Hubs and support workers develop their skills, knowledge and understanding of working with children and young people in challenging circumstances. We work in partnership with Music Education Hubs to design a number of training and CPD opportunities.
Solihull Music Service Case Study
Working Together to Move the Needle on Inclusion in Five West Midlands Music Education Hubs
Produced by Anita Holford
Solihull Music Education Hub (MEH) is part of the MAC MEH Strategy Group – five hubs who meet monthly, to support and challenge each other to move the needle on inclusion in their organisations and partnerships. The group is facilitated by Holly Radford, who leads ‘MAC Makes Music’, part of Midlands Arts Centre, and one of the founders of Youth Music’s Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England. The work is funded by Youth Music.
Here are some other resources that you might find useful:
As a strategic partner of Youth Music, we regularly use the following guides and believe that they contain useful information to all musicians working in the sector:
Here are some other documents that you might find interesting:
- THINK2020 Paper: Disabled People in the Music Education Workforce 2017
- The Short Guide to Accessible Music Education
- Making a Shift Report: Disabled People and the Arts and Cultural Sector Workforce in England: Understanding trends, barriers and opportunities.
- Practical Progression: Supporting Musical Lives