We were delighted to discover that we had been shortlisted for the prestigious Music Teacher Awards for Excellence, in the Primary/Early Years Music category. This is the first time we have entered the awards, and to be selected as finalists on our very first try is a great honour for us!
We feel that this success is a reflection of our 10 year commitment to improving music education across the UK, and welcome recognition of our sustained and cumulative commitment to primary schools and teachers across England, the UK, and increasingly the global education sector.
In the last 10 years we have worked with: 197 UK state and private schools; 99 music education hubs; 79 independent teachers; 43 music education businesses; 8 international schools; 7 UK music services (non-hub); 6 Fund C organisations; and 6 universities. In addition, our newest initiative, Primary Music Magazine, has reached 15,500 readers since the inaugural issue in March 2018!
We estimate that our work with teachers has impacted on tens of thousands of children in the UK and beyond, and it is our aim in the next 10 years to reach hundreds of thousands.
We would like to thank all of our staff, associate consultants, clients, customers and friends for helping us become the company that we are today. We look forward to celebrating with many of you at the Music Teacher Awards for Excellence Ceremony on 6th March, whatever the outcome, and we wish all the other finalists the best of success. Together we make music education great!