As schools begin the process of planning the coming academic year, this document (HERE) contains a summary overview of the free and traded services for schools for the 2021-22 academic year, provided by the Music Hub.
All Terms and Conditions about the 2021-22 SLA can be found HERE.
The deadline for making 2021-22 provision requests has now passed and we are currently processing these. Any school wishing to make a late provision request may use this link, but please be aware that we cannot guarantee a September start due to the complexities of the timetabling process. In addition, we would kindly request you send an email to email@example.com with your request, so that we can ensure it can be looked at in a timely manner. Many thanks.
I would like to continue with the same traded provision as the current academic year
I would like to continue, but there are some small changes/tweaks to make
I would like book totally new provision
I do not want any traded provision. NOTE: each school can still claim their 1 free whole class teaching resource no matter what (see next section)
Increasing Initial Musical Experiences – FREE Licence for Whole Class Learning
For each school, the TBMH will provide one FREE Whole Class lifetime licence for ONE groove’n’play programme (to be delivered by the school), plus free CPD for one teacher (online or at a centralised venue), and the programme resource. This is worth £200 to the school - £150 for the license, and £50 for the CPD. The resource will only be provided following attendance at CPD.
Instrumental/Vocal teaching in-school: £44 per hour – individual, paired, small group teaching, whole class instrumental teaching, and/or ensemble leadership
One day Music teaching programme (Primary phase): £300 per 7-hour day – (any additional hours at standard tutor hourly rate of £44)
Strategic Consultancy for Music provision: £500 daily rate or pro rata. This can include - School Music Quality Assurance; Audit of Provision; Deep Dive advice
The Department for Education (DfE) funds Music Education Hubs (MEHs) in England, with the Arts Council England (ACE) acting as the fund holder. The DfE/ACE specify that the funding for MEHs augments and support schools’ music curriculum provision. It is for each school to devise a broad, balanced and relevant music curriculum that meets the needs of all its learners. Therefore, MEHs and schools should work together to offer a joined up and positive musical learning experience
All Music Hub tutors have enhanced DBS checks; all attend annual Level 1 Safeguarding Training; and adhere to best practice in safeguarding and child protection. The Head of the TBMH and Deputy Head of TBMH are Designated Safeguarding Leads.
The current active Safeguarding Policy can be found HERE