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Sing Education delivers singing-led, primary music education to schools across the UK, including London, Kent and North Yorkshire. We aim to place teachers in schools closer to home.


Commitment & Community

Sing Education delivers primary music education into a range of academic settings across the UK. We aim to bring the message of singing-led, whole class music learning to every local borough. Currently our main delivery locations include London, Kent and North Yorkshire. When we look to expand to a new teaching location for Sing Education, we consider a number of important factors.

First and foremost, we seek to work with schools that are passionate about music.

We look to engage with head teachers who are really committed to implementing good music within their school, or improving the quality of music programming currently at their school. These are the kinds of educational professionals who know what they want as outcomes but just may not be sure how to secure the right type of provision to suit their needs. But nonetheless they come to the table excited, engaged and already knowledgeable about the difference music makes for young learners.

But we also think about what matters to our teachers as well.

For example, we always consider the location of the school in relation to our teachers, and we think carefully about where we place teachers in relation to their school, so that travel time is of a minimum and so that they can play an active part in the school community. Minimising distance means that teachers often live in the local area and allows them to become familiar with broader community needs, concerns and priorities. This enables teachers to be “plugged in” to their schools at a grassroots level.

Currently all of our schools are in Greater London – and thus most places are very accessible by public transport – not to mention by car, if you drive. As a bonus most schools provide car parks for staff. At present, most of our teachers take public transport, some drive, a lucky few are able to walk, and lastly some opt to cycle – choosing whichever travel mode best fits their needs and lifestyle.

Current Educational Partners

In addition, we like to identify schools specifically looking to invest in specialist expertise.

A school that wants a well-trained, dedicated music teacher to help boost delivery at their school. The idea here being that the school wants to benefit from securing a professional music educator who’s working from Sing Education’s bespoke Schemes and resources, is fully trained up in our educational and classroom management techniques and who’s well-connected with peers working in various primary school locations across London. We’ll always shortlist a school wanting to implement music for those reasons.

Below are just a few school profiles to give you a sense of our diverse educational partnerships…


Selborne Primary School
Type: Community school
Local Authority: Ealing
Pupils: 612
Gender: Mixed
Description: We are a large (3 form entry), spacious school with an outstanding team of dedicated professionals who passionately ensure that all of our 600+ pupils succeed. Committed, hardworking and caring, all staff – including our talented Governors – have high expectations of our pupils and of each other: we want to prepare children for their next stage of their education and empower them to contribute in their own communities, outside of school.

Laurel Lane Primary School
Type: Academy sponsor led mainstream
Local Authority: Hillingdon
Pupils: 397
Gender: Mixed
Description: At Laurel Lane Primary School, we are proud to be an inclusive school. We provide a high quality, creative and challenging education within a secure, caring and happy environment, where every child experiences a sense of enjoyment and is encouraged to achieve their full potential through a love of learning. Laurel Lane is proud to have been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark. We want every child to feel secure and be encouraged to achieve his or her full potential, regardless of ability.

St Clement and St James CofE Primary School
Type: Voluntary aided school
Local Authority: Kensington and Chelsea
Pupils: 186
Gender: Mixed
Description: St Clement and St James is a school with Christian values at its heart. We are proud of our history and our strong links with the vibrant community to which we belong. We welcome and celebrate every child, helping all children to develop their character and full academic potential. We promote high aspirations and a love of learning through a rich and varied curriculum.

Two primary pupils sitting on the hall floor, hands up to answer question, one pupil has finger on his lip.

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