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HMS is national leader in musical inclusion practice, and we deliver innovative research through leadership of the Changing Tracks project. Through this project we have developed models of instrumental music teaching that further support vulnerable students.
We continue to develop music education provision that delivers personal, emotional and social outcomes for students as well as a great musical experience.
Our ground-breaking Creative Music Nurture Group approach is now being rolled out across Hertfordshire and other parts of the country to offer students identified by school SENCOs the chance to take part in creative, pupil led music sessions.
The intended outcomes of these sessions are:
- Improved emotional resilience
- Musical and social skills
- Independent learning
- Musical community
School SENCOs are asked to suggest students who would benefit from this type of provision to learn in small groups with one of our specialist teachers.
Other services and opportunities available include one to one music based mentoring to prevent exclusion of students from secondary schools, or to help students reintegrate back into school after exclusion.
If your school has students who would benefit from any of the services above, or if you would like to discuss any other ideas you might have, please complete the online request form and a member of the team will contact you for more a more detailed discussion.
For more information, please see www.changingtracks.org.uk