In addition to our role in supporting music education for children and young people aged five to 18, the Tri-borough Music Hub is leading a focused piece of work on Early Years childhood music development working with a consortium of Partner Organisations. We were fortunate to secure funding between 2016-18 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 the partners that have formed the Tri-borough Early Years Music Consortium.
The aim of the Tri-Music Together project was 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 has had a significant impact having worked with 249 Early Years (EY) Professionals, 120 EY settings and 148 Musicians, and was led by the Tri-borough Music Hub.
If you have any questions regarding the project please contact:
Nicola Burke, EYFS Strategic Lead, Tri-Music Together
Telephone: 07782 244 056