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Key Stage 3

The Hub has a range of responsibilities in line with the National Plan for Music Education published in November 2011 by the Department for Education. Kent Music is funded by Arts Council England.

In order for schools to qualify for ring fenced funding for music education, Kent Music requires all schools in Kent to complete an annual survey in the spring of each year. Non completion of this Survey will result in funding being stopped (see terms and conditions below)

Funding for Key Stage 3 is paid directly to secondary schools on the 20th of each month between April and March.

Funding is a contribution towards the cost of music education in secondary schools. It is calculated at £3 per KS3 pupil (based on 2012 census figures).

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Funding Information for Schools

The Music Education Hub has a range of responsibilities in line with the National Plan for Music Education published in November 2011 by the Department for Education.  Kent Music is funded by Arts Council England.

In order for schools to qualify for ring fenced funding for music education, Kent Music requires all schools in Kent to complete an annual survey in the spring of each year. Non completion of this Survey will result in funding being withheld (see terms and conditions below)

Funding for Key Stage 3 is paid directly to secondary schools on the 20th of each month between April and March.

Funding is a contribution towards the cost of music education in secondary schools. It is calculated at £3 per KS3 pupil (based on 2012 census figures)

Read the full Funding Terms, Conditions and Guidelines 2017-18 here.