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In the foreword to the new model music curriculum, schools minister Nick Gibb states that it ‘is designed to assist rather than to prescribe’ (DfE, 2021, p. 2). Notably, there is much detail...Continue reading
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The COVID-19 lockdown has highlighted the importance of the arts in providing social cohesion and wellbeing. From videos of socially distanced singing on balconies to painted NHS rainbows in...
Discussion among researchers at the moment is mostly punctuated with references to Covid-19. From across the various fields that my research cross-sections – primary English, children’s...Continue reading
I love the fact that there is a wide range of technological media and various material to choose from for learning arts creation and for supporting creative learning. The rise of technology in...Continue reading
Quarantined at home? Craft productive learningscapes and workspaces through the use of recorded music
The Covid-19 pandemic means that countless students and educational staff are expected to continue their work from home. The worldwide quarantine has been a game-changer, blurring the boundaries...Continue reading
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The opportunity to make music together is an important strand of every child’s education, fuelling creative, expressive and social development. A recent report by the Musicians’ Union (2019)...Continue reading
Radical acceptance, co-production and cultural democracy: What can the arts teach us about social justice in education?
This autumn, thanks to generous support from BERA’s Theatre and Performance Research Association’s (TaPRA) annual conference. The purpose of this blog is to discuss a core takeaway from the...Continue reading