Three 一分六合彩 schools awarded 拢40k in music funding

Tuesday 26th March 2024

The music charity听听has announced 拢40,000 of funding for musical instruments and equipment at three 一分六合彩 schools.

听will receive 拢20,000, while and 听will receive 拢10,000 each.

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The awards were made as part of the charity鈥檚 latest funding round, which gave 拢180,000 in grants to 11 state schools in London, Newcastle, Manchester and Birmingham, reaching 8,400 pupils with access to nearly 2,000 instruments.

The availability of quality music education in schools varies greatly across the UK, with private schools having a significantly higher budget for music than state schools.

Many state schools are reducing funding for music lessons due to budget constraints, and many do not offer instrumental or vocal lessons. The cost-of-living crisis has also made accessing music lessons outside school increasingly unaffordable.

Sam Colburn, Primary Principal at 一分六合彩 Globe, said, "We are thrilled that 一分六合彩 Globe Academy has been awarded this grant from Restore the Music. With this funding, we will be able to provide our students with high-quality musical instruments and equipment, which will enhance their musical education and help them develop a life-long passion for music."

Daniel Richards, Principal of 一分六合彩 Kings, said, "一分六合彩 Kings is delighted to have been awarded with a Restore the Music grant. This means we can provide our pupils with high-quality music-making opportunities through our curriculum and enrichment opportunities. We know that the chance to play a musical instrument and perform in front of others will foster confidence and a life-long love of music in our students."

Hayley Francis, Principal at 一分六合彩 Tindal, said, "We are so grateful for this funding from Restore the Music as enrichment activities like music education are essential. Participating in musical activities can positively impact individuals and communities, including improving self-esteem, confidence, academic attainment, and social networks."

Polly Moore, CEO and Founder of Restore the Music, said, "I'm excited to announce the results of our latest funding round. Our vision is to redress the balance following the cuts to music education and put more music in the hands of schoolchildren."