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Free Learning Resources

Free Learning Resources

Cantabene Choir from Springwood High School at the 'Virtual' Big Sing 2019
Credit: Becky Demmen

We have collated free learning resources for all ages. Here’s our top 5!

1. BBC Ten Pieces & Trailblazers

BBC Ten Pieces helps classroom teachers and ensemble leaders open up the world of classical music to 7-14 year olds. Explore films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements & live events to support you in your teaching.

2. London Philharmonic Orchestra

Let’s Sing is an encyclopedia of every singing warm up, fun song and exercise you could ever need!

3. Music Archaeology

From Stone Age to Roman Times, this KS2 Education Pack is a brilliant way for children to explore the sounds and music of pre-historical and early Roman sites.

4. The Lost Words: Spell Songs

The Lost Words is a free interdisciplinary school Explorers Pack for KS2-KS3, weaving together elements of British folk music, Senegalese folk traditions, experimental and classical music, inspiring a new body of work.

5. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

CBSO creates teachers packs and learning resources to accompany their projects, providing teachers with creative ideas, practical music making activities, cross-curricular learning opportunities and further listening suggestions.

Bring the Noise

BBC Teach has launched an educational campaign set to help primary school teachers and parents inspire children to become musicians and see the joys of music-making.

Fun, easy-to-follow educational films are set to help start children aged 4-7 on their first steps towards a life of musical enjoyment as well as highlight the positive impact that music education has.

There is a wide range of free, high-quality digital educational resources and learning materials available, with more to come during the academic year.

Explore the full collection of resources and teacher guides at: bbc.co.uk/ bringthenoise

Take a look at our latest resource for secondary schools; Why Choose Music at GCSE or A Level.


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