Archives: April 2018

19th April 2018

We’re still listening – Take Note 2

Take Note was the youth consultation we commissioned in 2016.  Many of the Hub’s initiatives have been shaped by what children and young people told us.  We’re now launching Take Note 2 so we can hear the voices of even more children and young people.  Throughout spring and early summer, our researcher, Nell Farrally, will […]

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18th April 2018

Secondary School Funding Awards

We have recently awarded grants totalling £7,603 to eight different secondary schools in Wiltshire through our Secondary School Music Fund.  These schools all presented ambitious and innovative plans to develop their music provision and we are looking forward to seeing the outcomes of this investment over the coming months. Abbeyfield School, Chippenham – to establish […]

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17th April 2018

Free music curriculum support for Wiltshire primary schools

We are delighted to be working with ISM Trust to offer primary schools in Wiltshire a FREE Skype surgery session with nationally renowned Music Education Specialist Dr Alison Daubney from Sussex University. You can request a surgery session for your school by emailing sophie.amstell@wiltshiremusicconnect.org.uk Watch this short video to find out more Dr Ally Daubney […]

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6th April 2018

WANTED – Coordinators for 2 of our Musical Clusters.

Centred around an ongoing programme of schools visits and cluster meetings (which will engage approx. 80% of Wiltshire Schools over a 3 year period), contracted Coordinators do the following with support, resources and direction from our core team: Build an evolving profile of young people’s musical activity in their area. Encourage and advocate for a […]

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