As music teachers, we’ve all known it and we already endorse it, but now its becoming official.
On the 10th September, 2009, the UK Government is kick starting a schools music program which has been dubbed the biggest music lesson ever and will reach thousands of schools and children throughout the UK.
This year, the British government will invest 330 million pounds into their “First National Year of music” . This came about as a result of some conclusive research undertaken by Professor Susan Hallam of the Institute of Education, University of London.
In her research she found:
Ed Balls, Secretary of the State said:
If there are any UK teachers out there reading this, I would love some input into this discussion. Did you take part in the Biggest Music Lesson ever; What was it like; what did your students think and do you know if and where we can get some footage of the broadcast on you tube?
If anyone has any ideas or footage, please leave a comment and links in the box below as I am most intrigued!
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