Music for All

Kent has nearly 600 primary schools that serve over 160,000 students each year. Just the kind of challenge Sing Education was born to meet.

From our bespoke curriculum and excellent teaching to our deep classroom experience and 360° wraparound support, we know music education and we believe that every child deserves a good foundation in music.

That's why we are excited to expand across the UK and into Kent, ready to inspire the next generation of music lovers.

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Music For All

Kent has nearly 600 primary schools that serve over 160,000 students each year. Just the kind of challenge Sing Education was born to meet.

From our bespoke curriculum and excellent teaching to our deep classroom experience and 360° wraparound support, we know music education and we believe that every child deserves a good foundation in music.

That's why we are excited to expand across the UK and into Kent, ready to inspire the next generation of music lovers.

Kent - Music That Inspires

Sing Education music provision is designed inspire and bring music to the heart of school life. Sing Education have invested extensively in developing our own bespoke teaching resources that open a world of opportunities for every child.. 

Our lessons are packed with active music making that creates music memories to last a lifetime.

Find out about Sing Education music the Kent way!

A group of schoolchildren in green sweaters and ties are seated on the floor, with one boy in the foreground wearing blue glasses, enthusiastically participating in a classroom activity. The children appear engaged and focused, with some holding their hands to their chests, suggesting a collective learning experience or musical activity that promotes involvement and enjoyment.
If it takes a village to raise one child, how many helping hands does it take to reach 28,000? That’s how many young lives Sing Education are able to touch each week, bringing the transformative power of music. Learn how we make good on this ancient proverb.
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High-quality CPD for educators shares several distinct hallmarks – focus on pupil outcomes, robust evidence and expertise, a long-term strategic investments and prioritisation by senior leadership. Plus research by the Wellcome Trust shows it can be one the best investments a school can make to transform pupil outcomes, teacher confidence and staff retention.
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Ready to take the first step?

“Music is a universal language that unlocks the creative potential within every child. Through our curriculum music lessons, we empower young minds to find their own unique voice – Tracy Kent, Consultant Headteacher

Building Musical Futures for Kent

Music education is crucially important to help children achieve their full intellectual, social and creative potential. It benefits learning, self-confidence, mood and well-being. Teachers often lack the necessary resources, time or backing to deliver inspiring music opportunities. 
 
Advancing the aims of the National Curriculum for Music, Sing Education bring world-class music into the lives of primary school children through classroom lessons, workshops and performance opportunities as well as small group & 1:1 instrumental tuition, after school clubs, singing assemblies and more
A group of schoolchildren in green sweaters and ties are seated on the floor, with one boy in the foreground wearing blue glasses, enthusiastically participating in a classroom activity. The children appear engaged and focused, with some holding their hands to their chests, suggesting a collective learning experience or musical activity that promotes involvement and enjoyment.
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The Sing Education team are dedicated teaching professionals who are able to engage with children of all capabilities and needs. Their passion and love of music is infectious, and children are engrossed and engaged.

Ellie Douthwaite - Headteacher, St Clement & St James CE Primary School

A new day is dawning in music education. From September 2024, there will be 43 Hub Lead Organisations (HLOs) replacing the existing 116 local Music Hubs. The key to making the new structure work? Strong schools’ leadership, parental engagement, and organisational collaboration.
Spotlight on Morningside Primary. Music lessons in an inclusive yet culturally and ethnically diverse setting. Learn how the headteacher and Sing Education collaborate on high-quality music education in Hackney.
Team. Features. Timetables. SLAs. Price. Choosing a service provider is rarely an easy exercise. But with a decade of supplier experience, Sing Education wants to demystify the process and support your journey. Never settle! Just follow this guide and you’ll avoid catching a case of “buyer’s remorse.” Know. Like. Trust. These are the keys.

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Sing Education offers tailored programmes for every need. Engagements as simple as supplying peripatetic instrumental instructors or replacing a single year-group teacher. To programmes as complex as developing school-wide curricular and extracurricular music.

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