In addition to our role in supporting music education for children and young people aged five to 18, the Tri-borough Music Hub has secured funding from Youth Music to carry out a two year project to enhance Early Years music provision from birth to age five, through development of the workforce in maintained schools and nurseries; children's centres; and private, voluntary and independent settings. This project is the collaborative work of a consortium of Partner Organisations that have formed the Tri-borough Early Years Music Consortium.
The aim of the Tri-Music Together project is to develop a sustainable network of outstanding Early Years music practice between Early Years settings and a consortium of Tri-borough Music Hub partner organisations to support children's creative and musical entitlement through workforce development, targeted activity, and evaluation.
The project will impact all settings in the Tri-borough area; however, there will also be a specific focus on settings within 12 wards that serve our families in the most challenging situations. The list of settings within the identified wards can be found here.
We are thrilled to have worked with over 80 settings from across the Tri-borough throughout our project so far and we are now very excited to announce the CPD opportunities we have on offer during the spring term of 2018.
We are offering 4 courses and a practice sharing session during the spring term of 2018:
If you have any questions regarding the project please contact:
Nicola Burke, EYFS Strategic Lead, Tri-Music Together
Telephone: 07782 244 056