UK Government asks for feedback

UK Government asks for feedback on music education


The Department for Education is seeking views on music education, to inform its proposals for the refresh of the National Plan for Music Education.


As the current National Plan for Music Education states, great music education is a partnership between classroom teachers, specialist teachers, professional performers and a host of other organisations, including those from the arts, charity and voluntary sectors. The department want to hear from a range of interested parties, including young people, parents, teachers, employers in the music industry and music educators.

This call for evidence will gather views on what’s working well and areas which should be built on in refreshing the National Plan for Music Education.

Who this is for?

  • Parents and carers
  • Young people
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Further Education (FE) and sixth-form colleges
  • School and college staff, including governors
  • National and local voluntary and community organisations providing musical activities for children and young people
  • Music education hubs and other music services
  • Musicians
  • Employers in the music industry
  • Other educational professionals including academics and researchers


The survey closes 13 March 2020.

Do you fill the brief? Fill in the questionnaire here

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