Every Child Has A Voice

Across London, Sing Education partner schools experience a curricular music education that changes lives. Our mission is to enable children to experience the transformative power of music by singing together.

Music Changes Lives

Across London, Sing Education partner schools experience a curricular music education that changes lives.

Our mission is to enable children to experience the transformative power of music by singing together.

Inspirational Music across Greater London

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. Although Ofsted is showing renewed interest in primary school music, teachers often lack the necessary resources, time or backing to deliver inspiring music opportunities. 
 
Advancing the aims of the National Curriculum for Music and focusing on areas of deprivation, the partnership between Sing Education and the Richard Shephard Music Foundation brings world-class music into the lives of primary school children through classroom lessons, workshops and performance opportunities.
primary school children sitting in assembly
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.
Nativity plays, instrumental concerts, singing assemblies and carolling – join Sing Education as we explore extracurricular music this December.

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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.

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

This is Greater London

Whether exploring the rhythmic beats of world music, the melodies of various genres, or the unique sounds of different cultures, our curriculum fosters an environment where every child can find their voice.
 
Come and see how Sing Education does music the London way!
a girl and a boy are learning to play the ukulele
If you’re not yet familiar with Sing Education, we hope this introduction to our full service music provision, music specialist staff, planning and curriculum resources, as well as our senior leadership team, will encourage you to dive deeper with us.
Spotlight on Dairy Meadow. Explore what differentiates music education at this thriving West London primary school. Hear from the headteacher plus the Sing Education music specialist and leadership team.
Under the skilled leadership of Director Alice Cadman, Sing Education has diligently worked to revamp our core music curriculum. Our Teaching and Training Managers, plus classroom and instrumental specialists also supported in matters of pedagogy, classroom management and safeguarding. From planning documents and pupil feedback tools, to lesson plans, presentations, and videos, our commitment to providing excellent music resources shines through.

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Einstein said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” At Sing Education we agree. All our highly-skilled music teachers hail from the best conservatoires and universities. They are talented professional musicians with a passion for teaching.

Sing Education’s philosophy and approach appealed to us immediately. They took the time to get to know our school, to understand our vision for music and they were flexible and patient in working with us to ensure we could provide the best offer for our children within the budget we had available.

Sarah Roberts – Head of School, William Byrd Primary Academy

Ofsted have committed to a number of changes to their schools’ inspection protocols, reporting language and complaints procedures. Safeguarding concerns at the heart of the matter, while teacher, parent and union grievances encourage DfE to make eight key policy shifts.
Did you know a solid education in singing, listening, performing and composing could take you all the way from primary school to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury? Just ask Kent music legends Mick Jagger, David Bowie or Ellie Goulding. High quality music education unlocks not just musical talent but also pupil wellbeing, maths ability and a lifelong commitment to learning.
Whole Brain Music – Engaging Language, Maths and Motor Skills Music is in our genes. Literally. The fossil record shows evidence of ancestral musicality that goes back millions of years. And today our brains are still wired for music – right hemisphere for creative expression, left for acquiring complex skills. That’s why music is so successful in maths learning, as well as supporting pupils with EAL needs.