Changing Tracks Hertfordshire
Helping music service teams to become more inclusive
Are you a music service
wanting to become more inclusive?
This has been a really helpful opportunity to step away from the daily job and review both my own situation but gain insight into what work is being done about EDI in other areas of the country. Great to be able to support each other along with this!
Head of Service, East Riding Schools' Music Service
The EDI bootcamp was the perfect way to kickstart our path towards a more inclusive music service, with many practical and realistic tips and plenty of discussion.
Inclusion Project Manager, Dorset Music Service
Taking part in the Action Research really inspired the team. It encouraged unexpected members to take new responsibilities. They valued the opportunity to more deeply reflect on their own practice. This led us to a deeper understanding of how music can support young musicians facing challenging circumstances.
Projects and Partnerships Manager, Southampton and Isle of Wight Music Hubs
The National Music Services Working Group for Inclusion has significantly supported and enabled us to develop a provision for vulnerable young people. With input and guidance during planning, and then informal peer support throughout delivery it’s something that we have greatly valued and our service has greatly benefitted from.
Music Service Lead Officer, Essex Music Education Hub
We're founder members of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England (AMIE) - a growing network of organisations working together to: promote equity in music education and support others to do the same through advocacy, CPD, resources, and strategic alliances.