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Curriculum support

Support and advice for school leaders and school music leaders

We work in partnership with schools through the music education hub’s School Music Education Plan (SMEP) to provide networking, peer support and CPD opportunities for music subject leaders and school leadership teams including: 

  • secondary heads of music meetings 
  • primary TeachMeet sessions 
  • county wide conference days to provide inspiration and information on current national initiatives

We also provide a wide range of resources to support and enhance music education in your school.  

If you’d like us to help you to provide a broad and vibrant music curriculum, contact our schools team at


What people are saying

A wonderful opportunity to get together and sing with other schools…and it was a great way to gain a little bit of CPD too and pick up some tips and good warm up songs

Class teacher, Chichester Big Sing

The Big Sing was such a brilliant opportunity for our children to take part in. This has really invigorated our singing curriculum and helped our pupils to feel empowered and boost their self-esteem

Class teacher, Crawley Big Sing

It was wonderful to have all the children singing together… a great collaborative project…the children came back buzzing

Class teacher, Mid Sussex Big Sing

I learnt that singing can be an amazing confidence boost!

Pupil, Worthing Big Sing

This Big Sing event was a fantastic CPD opportunity for all staff on how to lead and inspire a large group of children to sing and get the most out of them

Class teacher, Crawley Big Sing

The end of term performance was really enjoyed by the parents. I liked the way that it wasn’t a “clarinet show”, it was a reflection of the musical skills we had learnt in the sessions

Patricia Hogan-Hussein, St. Marys Catholic Primary, Bognor Regis

On top of learning a new instrument, children also learnt listening skills and following instructions, developing confidence and perseverance skills.  As a teacher, I began to feel more confident as I was encouraged to co-teach with the CIL programme leader 

M Patrick, Gossops Green Primary School

Today was WONDERFUL I feel really inspired to get music alive in our school  

Sarah McFarlane, St Margaret’s CE Primary School, Crawley

A very worthwhile day, thank you. I can go straight into class and try out some new ideas – great for a non-specialist.  

Claire Baldwin, The Meads Primary School, East Grinstead

Today has reinvigorated my lesson plans – I feel that my lessons will be diversified. It was a super engaging day!  

Rosa Lemos, 2023 conference attendee
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