The Tri-borough Music Hub aims to provide opportunities for all to develop a life-long love of music and realise their musical potential whilst developing their personal and social identity. A broad range of progressive musical pathways will be provided in partnership with outstanding music organisations that are committed to our ethos.
The award-winning Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is the lead organisation that oversees the delivery of music education in three West London boroughs - the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham; and City of Westminster - working with schools, pupils, the workforce and the community. Through an agreed shared-services model, it is a centralised Local Authority service which receives core funding from the Department for Education via the Arts Council England delivering an extensive programme of musical learning in and out of school.
The overriding strategic purpose of the TBMH is three-fold:
(1) to engage with all schools in the Tri-borough area, in order to reach all pupils and provide them with access to high-quality music education opportunities.
(2) to raise standards and support musical progression for all pupils.
(3) to ensure a broad range of outstanding musical opportunities for pupils, parents and the community.
To achieve this the TBMH is committed to learning at all levels and works closely with two internationally renowned Strategic Partner Organisations – the Royal Albert Hall and the Royal College of Music – along with a wide variety of delivery partner organisations. All partnerships evidence a successful track record in meeting the TBMH’s strategic aims. In collaboration with these partners we offer an innovative, outstanding and progressive service to schools, families, children and young people. We also seek to nurture a creative dialogue between young people and professional arts organisations which not only inspires participants but also enriches the artistic life of the Tri-borough area and beyond.
The full Partnership working overview can be found in this SUMMARY DOCUMENT