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Every year, SIPS helps over 8,000 students make music, and we believe the arts do change lives; we see first-hand that children love learning an instrument, singing and participating in music lessons at school.
Whether it’s purely for enjoyment, or as a chosen career path – the well-being and, pardon the pun, harmony that learning an instrument brings can’t be understated.Get in touch
SIPS’ specialist teaching team offers a range of activities, tuition, and support for pupils and staff all the way from the early years to graduation.
Our superb staff are hand-picked - educators who are fully qualified and screened
First access to playing an instrument; tuition for small groups; after-school clubs and school ensembles; National Curriculum Music and CPD; free access to quality musical instruments for pupils
Children have access to quality musical instruments loaned for free annually
Talented young musicians take part in music centres every week
Videos (300 hours) created and uploaded to our YouTube channel
The joy of music can last a lifetime and often starts in the classroom. SIPS offer whole-class ensemble tuition, lend instruments for free and provide teaching and encouragement. First access is an important element in our music education hub role, which supports the government’s national plan for music education.
SIPS help children who want to learn how to play an instrument get better and progress in the one they choose, including vocals. Our team can provide tuition and SIPS lend pupils instruments for free.
SIPS can help your school meet Ofsted requirements for national curriculum music with specialist advice for the classroom on your whole-school approach, and training for Teachers including non-specialists. In addition to regular music provision, we can develop short-term workshops and other projects in your school to support cross-curricular and creative learning.
While it’s not possible for ensembles to meet in person music centre has moved online meeting virtually each week. On the virtual music centre pages are the ensemble resources and how to sign up.
Get in touch with our friendly team and we can speak about your requirements