James Dickinson - Head of Hertfordshire Music Service
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Creative Hertfordshire

Conference 2015

Wednesday 2 September 2015

Keynote Speaker - Nina Jackson
Music and Independent Thinking

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 Long Service Awards

On Wednesday July 1st the Hertfordshire Music Service held an awards evening to celebrate the Long Service of Instrumental Teachers.  The previous Head of Service John Witchell presented the certificates and there was much reminiscing by all! James Dickinson was delighted with the opportunity to thank these teachers for their 20, 30, 40 and even 50 years service.

 

Hertfordshire Music Education Hub
supported by the Arts Council England

Hertfordshire Music Service is one of the largest Local Authority music services in the country with over 560 instrumental & vocal teachers teaching over 25,000 children in schools and music centres across the county and is proud to be Lead Partner for the Hertfordshire Music Education Hub.

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Hertfordshire Music Service believes in making every child's music matter. As a team within Hertfordshire County Council's Children's Services are committed to supporting world class standards in schools through music and supporting all children including those from our most vulnerable families.

Five strategic strands will drive musical activity across the county's schools, music centres, other community settings and on-line. By creating a diverse range of opportunities with our partners across these settings and with a portfolio of fully traded, co-funded and fully funded programmes we are able to maximise our impact on the musical lives of children and young people in Hertfordshire.

OPPORTUNITY AND ACCESS

MUSIC IN THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY

PATHWAYS TO EXCELLENCE

WORKING WITH THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN
& YOUNG PEOPLE

A TRAINED AND SUPPORTED WORKFORCE