Educator Solutions is the trading enterprise of Norfolk County Council providing services to schools, academies and other education establishments in Norfolk and beyond. This includes the Music Service which delivers the services required as Lead Organisation for the Norfolk Music Hub.
The Music Service aims to:
- Promote high quality music education in Norfolk schools both in the curriculum and through instrumental and vocal teaching
- Promote and encourage all children as music makers
- Provide a broad and balanced programme of music making opportunities including ensembles, that reflect and promote cultural diversity
- Work collaboratively with all partners in Norfolk and with other LA services to achieve the aims of the LA and the County Council
The Music Service provides:
Instrumental Tuition & WCIT
The Music Service works in partnership with schools and educational settings throughout the County to promote high quality music education through instrumental and vocal teaching.
The Music Service has a wide range of well over 1,000 musical instruments in its instrument hire scheme for instrumental learners.
Ensembles and After School Clubs
Ensembles are an important part of learning to play a musical instrument and are often the most enjoyable and socially rewarding part of the process. The Music Service leads many weekly bands and ensembles, including a senior Symphonic Wind Band and a world-class County Youth Orchestra.
Curriculum Support and PPA Cover
The Music Service can provide a bespoke support package aligned to your school’s needs providing a programme of weekly support to enhance your curriculum.
Bespoke and One-off Projects
The Music Service can offer a bespoke or one-off project in your school.
Musician in Residence
Raise the profile of music in your school by inviting one of our highly qualified Music Service staff to become a valued member of your school for a whole day.
Trinity Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators (CME)
The Certificate of Music Education is a programme of training and development delivered by the Music Service that is accredited and awarded by Trinity College of Music at a GNVQ Level 4 (equivalent to the first year undergraduate).
Live Music Week
For this Academic Year, the Music Service has re-instated the age-old tradition of bringing Live Music workshops to schools. 15 May – 17 May 2019.
Feel free to call us or send a message
T 01603 303345