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Hertfordshire Music Service
The Hertfordshire Music Service promotes all kinds of music for all children and young people in the county. Hertfordshire Music Service is one of the largest music services in the country. It is also one of the most successful, having won awards from the National Music Council on six separate occasions. The Music Service works with schools and other key partners to provide a comprehensive range of high quality musical programmes and activities across all key stages, as well as delivering CPD and curriculum support for class teachers, music specialists and heads of music.
So whether your school is looking for singing training for your class teachers, an instrumental wider opportunities programme, developing and enriching your music curriculum or using music to support your transition or community engagement initiatives, there will be ways that the Music Service can support your ideas.
The Music Service is also committed to supporting our most vulnerable and disaffected children and young people with a range of projects and activities to support access, inclusion and engagement including SEND Arts Awards and a Remission of Fees scheme.
With over 600 specialist instrumental and vocal teachers, the Music Service delivers instrumental tuition through schools and also through a network of Music Centres. There is a comprehensive programme of holiday and community activities from family jams to community choirs as well as the County Youth Music Groups that include the nationally acclaimed Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra.
For more information visit the Hertfordshire Music Service website:
Music Conference: 3 September 2012 (all day) New
These are interesting times for Local Authorities and Music Services and the Music Conference 2012 will be an opportunity to hear how Hertfordshire County Council and Hertfordshire Music Service will be providing services to schools in the future. The Keynote Speaker, Mick Waters, has refreshingly frank views based on many years experience, which have gained him the reputation as a curriculum guru. He will be focussing on Creativity.
The Conference is open to managers and teachers from Music Services in the Eastern Region.
Following the Conference, delegates are invited to meet with the Hertfordshire Music Service CPD team to discuss the advantages of collaborative CPD provision.
Venue: Onslow St Audreys School, Old Rectory Drive, Hatfield, Herts, AL10 4AB
To book a place at the conference and to reserve a place on the breakout sessions of your choice please visit the Hertfordshire Music Service website at: