Online Learning Resources

We have collated many online learning resources and activities to support all children and young people to keep learning and making music from home. Explore the categories below.


Ten Pieces Trailblazers

BBC Ten Pieces

BBC Ten Pieces helps classroom teachers and ensemble leaders open up the world of classical music to 7-14 year olds. Explore films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements & live events to support you in your teaching.

BBC Ten Pieces Trailblazers
Ten Pieces Trailblazers challenges students to rethink orchestral music – what it sounds like, who can make it, and how it’s used – through ten trailblazing composers and their pieces of music.

Bring the Noise
Bring the Noise is designed to support primary school teachers to teach music more confidently in the classroom as well as encouraging music-making at home. Fun, easy-to-follow educational films are set to help start children aged 4-7 on their first steps towards a life of musical enjoyment as well as highlight the positive impact that music education has.

Inclusive resources
Discover the music of Trailblazers with new films and resources to make music-making accessible to students with additional support needs (SEND/ ASN), students who are deaf or have hearing loss and students who are blind or partially sighted.

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Project Learning Resources

Throughout the year, the Music Hub runs many music projects and activities. Specific learning resources for these projects can be found below and accessed by children and schools taking part.

CASMA 2020

KS1 Learning Resources
KS2 Learning Resources
Passwords required.


Make Music Day 2020 Resources

Norfolk Music Service staff are delighted to release resources to accompany their submission for Make Music Day.

Make Music Day Resources

Password required.