Posted on: April 12, 2016
The Soundhub website will remain active for hub-related activity and general activities across Kent until the new merged website is created from September 2016. To visit the temporary hub website, click here.
For hub-related general enquiries contact Alison Haigh via firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries about school funding, contact Carrie Baines via email@example.com
For enquiries about bursaries, contact Gail Batty via firstname.lastname@example.org
There will still be four Local Hub Leaders, each working across three district council areas providing day-to-day support to schools, teachers and other partners. To contact them, click here.
What do you need to do?
Why are things changing?
By restructuring the staff and trustees together to create capacity for a sharper focus, we believe that we can successfully deliver the future strategy for music education in Kent. Kent’s hub will no longer be a separate organisation but will represent the partnerships between Kent Music and the organisations working alongside to create joined-up music education provision, responding to local needs and fulfilling the objectives of the hub.
Our future strategy will be focussed on four areas:
SUPPORTING TALENT AND PROGRESSION
Ensuring that children and young people are able to follow their dreams by learning instruments, playing in groups and singing in choirs.
SUPPORTING WELL-BEING, INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY FOR ALL CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Providing opportunities for children and young people who may not otherwise receive a music education.
CHAMPIONING TEACHING & LEARNING EXCELLENCE
Supporting music teachers across Kent to enable them to develop their practice and provide the best for our young people.
DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF THE ARTS IN SCHOOLS
Working with headteachers, senior leaders and music staff in Kent schools to embed music and the arts into school life.