Funding is being made available for Complex Needs settings to put on a bespoke project between October 2019 and April 2020.
The funding is to enable pupils and teachers to work with professional practitioners/community music leaders on a music project of their design, appropriate to their setting, and on a music project linked to an appropriate core or extension role of the National Plan for Music Education.
A limited number of grants of up to a maximum of £1,000 per school is available. This amount of money has been specifically earmarked for direct use by schools from the wider funding for music education given by Arts Council England.
Please note funding is intended to support projects with professional practitioners. It is not able to support the purchase of musical instruments or other equipment.
- Bespoke Music Project Grant Information Pack for Complex Needs Settings 2019/20 >> (Currently accepting applications)
- Bespoke Music Project Grant Information Pack for Primary & Secondary Schools 2019/20 >> (Deadline has passed)
How to apply
Please note we are currently only accepting applications from Complex Needs settings for projects taking place between October 2019 and April 2020.
To be eligible schools must be signed up to a Norfolk Music Hub Subscription Package.
Not signed up yet? Any school that wishes to apply but is not currently a Hub Subscriber should contact us.
Find out more about our Hub Subscription packages >>
For more information please contact Brenda Seymour, Strategic Hub Development Manager: email@example.com.