The County Groups’ biennial Overseas Tour is a fantastic opportunity to travel, make new friends and perform to sell-out audiences!

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Welcome to our website. If you continue to browse and use this website, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms and conditions of use, which together with our privacy policy govern Lincolnshire Music Service’s relationship with you in relation to this website. If you disagree with any part of these terms and conditions, please do not use our website.

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Lincolnshire Music Service provides high quality music opportunities for children and young people within the county.

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County Groups are for our most advanced young musicians and creatives. Join either our String Orchestra or Wind Orchestra to experience performing at our highest level. Enjoy a wide variety of music ranging from classics to film music.

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Our flexible Music Membership offers increased savings, partnerships and high quality opportunities to help schools achieve a broad and balanced curriculum. It ensures musical progression for every child and supports and meets the needs of the new Ofsted framework.

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Lincolnshire Music Service offers high quality individual and small group tuition in a range of styles and genres. Standards are outstanding and tuition is delivered by highly skilled, DBS cleared instrumental tutors.

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Schools have the flexibility to choose additional products to include with Silver and Gold Music Membership.

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Within this section, you will find important information which we hope will assist you when partnering with Lincolnshire Music Service.

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Below are documents which we hope you will find useful when partnering with Lincolnshire Music Service.

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We provide continued professional development and a comprehensive support service for primary and secondary schools. Services include annual network meetings, networking events, department peer reviews as well as access to the Secondary Music Toolkit and the opportunity to attend our annual Music Education Conference.

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Music Centres provide out of school music making opportunities, introducing children and young people to music.

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Whole Class Instrumental Tuition aims to ensure that every child is given an opportunity to play a musical instrument for at least one term at primary school. According to research, learning in this type of environment gives children more confidence and higher self-esteem.

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Individual and Vocal tuition is available in a range of styles and genres. Students get undivided, personal attention, building trust and helping grow confidence. Book with us using our SpeedAdmin portal.

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Tuition is offered on many different instruments representing a wide range of different musical styles. There are many musical instruments to choose from.

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We offer a wide range instruments for hire at extremely competitive rates for pupils who learn with our teachers. Even in the early stages of learning, it is very important to have an instrument that works properly. Our Instrument Purchase Scheme helps pupils to buy their own instrument so they can benefit from using a good quality instrument whilst at school and to ensure they continue to have an instrument to play when they leave school.

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Lincolnshire Music Service is the lead organisation of the Lincolnshire Music Education Hub which was launched in 2012. There are around 121 Music Education Hubs across the country which consist of groups of organisations working together to create a joined-up approach to music education within each locality. Hubs receive central Department for Education funding which is brokered and managed by Arts Council England.

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The Hub's delivery partners include schools, professional music organisations, higher and further education institutions and other Arts Council funded organisations; coming together to present a joined-up approach to music education.

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Lincolnshire schools and academies are invited to apply for grants of between £500 and £2,000 to fund bespoke projects that meet the core requirements of the National Plan for Music Education.

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Bronze Music Membership is the baseline entry point for schools.

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Silver Music Membership is a great option for schools that want to provide a broad musical offer.

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Gold Music Membership is a great option for those schools wishing to provide a full musical offer.

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Our partnership with Sing Up provides access to hundreds of specially arranged songs, teaching tools and supporting resources for all your singing needs, in and out of school.

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A Music Centre Partnership means your pupils get FREE access to our Music Centres. The centres meet weekly at a range of venues across the county, delivering a number of different specialisms, instruments, voices, genres and styles.

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Arts Award Discover is the introductory award open to children and young people aged up to 25. This award provides a great introduction to the arts and to other Arts Award levels.

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IMP (Infant Music Programme) classes make the most of all the creative music resources available for young children, using musical building blocks in a fun way.

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This section of the toolkit provides a self-review framework for schools to reflect upon their own music curriculum and identify the development needed to make sustained improvement.

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This section of the toolkit provides six units of work with a short video overview of each demonstrating the delivery practically with assessment opportunities for each.

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This section of the toolkit provides schools with a range of songs which have been specifically chosen to support progression and cross-curricular delivery throughout the primary curriculum.

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This section of the toolkit gives a comprehensive overview of a range of percussion instruments including the correct techniques to play them.

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This section of the toolkit provides links to the key documents of which all schools should be aware.

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We are delighted to work in partnership with A&C Black Music which is the home of fun and innovative music resources for teachers and children. We can provide an exclusive preview of some of the brilliant new Music Express online resources available for schools.

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The following people have been vital in developing the toolkit for the benefit of all schools within the county and beyond. We hope you find the resources useful. Please do not hesitate to contact Lincolnshire Music Service if you wish to be involved in the next stage of development.

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Accelerate is a carefully structured language intervention programme using drumming and song to develop the rhythmic and vocal skills fundamental to literacy and language development.

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Lincolnshire schools and academies are invited to apply for grants of between £500 and £2,000 to fund bespoke projects that meet the core requirements of the National Plan for Music Education:

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Teachers are professional voice users but unlike actors, for example, very rarely receive any training or guidance on how to use their voices to best effect or how to avoid vocal problems. The voice is, for teachers and classroom assistants alike, a tool of the trade which needs to be nurtured and protected.

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Vocal Development is a programme which works with whole classes at Key Stage 2 to develop and improve singing, as well as teach musical skills such as rhythm and simple pitch notation.

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Examination venues and entry deadlines for ABRSM and Trinity College London Exam Boards.

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The Lincolnshire Music Education Hub is united to achieve the highest quality music provision for children and young people. Take a look and see what we've achieved...

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The Lincolnshire Music Education Hub is delighted to announce the shortlist for the Lincolnshire Music Education Hub Award for Young Music Maker of 2020. The Hub Awards, launched in 2015, celebrate musical achievement and recognise the individuals and schools making an outstanding contribution to music in Lincolnshire. The Young Music Maker nominees have all excelled in their local and regional music communities and they need your support to secure this prestigious award. Online voting is now open and the deadline for voting is Friday 7th June 2019.

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We host approximately 50 events each year and we use feedback to shape future training and events we offer. Please complete the below form to help us support you with future opportunities.

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Below is some clarity on how your pay is calculated and an explanation of your payslip. If you have any queries, please contact Valida Reed - valida.reed@lincolnshire.gov.uk

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If you have attended one of events, we really value your feedback in order for us to continually improve our offer. Please complete the form below to help us deliver more inspirational opportunities.

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Order from our exciting range of colourful merchandise and look good on tour! Simply fill out the online order form below and your new top will be on it's way.

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Musical pathways for all An exciting new programme of in-school enrichment offering creativity, personal development and group playing opportunities beyond whole class instrumental tuition.

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In this folder you will find the LMS Email bulletins, any advice from LCC, any relevant attachments and details on LMSDigiTeach should you need lessons to continue for pupils.

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For some, the possibility of getting lessons via LMSDigiTeach isn't possible. For those that are unsuccessful in achieving a teaching slot, the ability to get some feedback on pieces you are working on, could be equally as useful.

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The Lincolnshire Music Service has compiled a set of fun, easy to use resources (arranged by Key Stage/Age), to help provide families with a wide range of educational musical activities that can be explored while schools remain closed. If you’re looking for additional resources, please contact the LMS Team direct on 01522 552818

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This page has been created to provide you with access to resources, FAQ's that will support your knowledge of the SpeedAdmin system.

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Our partnership with Music Express provides access to a comprehensive, engaging and ambitious digital whole-school scheme for teaching curriculum music.

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Lincoln Music Centre meet on a Tuesday evening. Come along and join on of our ensembles and learn in a fun, friendly and supportive environment

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Boston Music Centre meet on a Monday and Wednesday evening. Come along and join on of our ensembles and learn in a fun, friendly and supportive environment

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Sleaford Music Centre meet on a Tuesday evening. Come along and join on of our ensembles and learn in a fun, friendly and supportive environment

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Spalding Music Centre meet on a Tuesday and Thursday evening. Come along and join one of our ensembles and learn in a fun, friendly and supportive environment.

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