- BBC Ten Pieces opens up the world of classical music to children. Explore inclusive films, lesson plans, resources and more for students with additional support needs (SEND/ ASN), students who are deaf or have hearing loss and students who are blind or partially sighted.
- Bring the Noise – SEND music teaching guides and tutorials: Deliver a story with songs, increase numeracy by using simple songs to teach and encourage children to explore music using objects and sensory materials.
- Bring the Noise – Songs in British Sign Language: Learn to sign and dance-a-long to the songs.
Sing Up have some free resources to keep children learning and singing outside of school, including sign language and Makaton videos.
Drake Music are leaders in music, disability and technology. They champion new and innovative ideas for accessible musical instruments, aiming to broaden the scope of what is available to young disabled and non-disabled musicians. In delivering music education and participatory music-making sessions, they make use of these instruments, traditional instruments and existing assistive and accessible music technology.
Chrome Music Lab makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. Explore the free tools to create, make and compose.
The CBSO’s Education programme creates teachers packs and learning resources to accompany projects, providing teachers with creative ideas, practical music making activities, cross curricular learning opportunities and further listening suggestions. The Music and Ability pack contains ideas for activities and projects with children and young people with special educational needs.
‘I’m Gonna Shine’ is a simple, 2-part song that has lovely actions to help convey the words. This song is free to access – you can stream or download various tracks, along with sheet music and lyrics, and a video clip showing optional Makaton signs.
Why not try out the harmonies at home and film yourselves singing this song together and share with the world?