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Dr Elizabeth Stafford

Director & CME Programme Leader

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Dr Elizabeth Stafford

Director & CME Programme Leader

“Finally I’ve met a music course trainer who really understands how to link all the different aspects of music together and how to break it down following the new national curriculum.”

“The best aspect of the course was the integrity of the delivery – honest, realistic and yet backed up by research and excellent and up-to-date familiarity. The fact that Liz had a background from many different camps really helped.”

“Liz had a very up to date knowledge of education and was obviously a very experienced musician. She was able to meet the different needs of all the participants in the room who came from very different starting points!”

Dr Elizabeth Stafford is an internationally-recognised music education expert with over two decade’s experience as a Primary Music Teacher in numerous school and local authority settings. Previously North West Area Leader for the KS2 Music CPD Programme (the government’s national CPD programme for music teachers involved in the Wider Opportunities scheme), she has held mentoring roles with Trinity College London, The Open University and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, and was for 6 years Senior Lecturer in Music Education at Leeds Conservatoire. She is in regular demand as a guest lecturer and presenter at universities, conservatoires, and conferences across the UK.

Elizabeth is Director of Music Education Solutions®, a global music education company which has trained and supported thousands of music teachers across the world. She is also Editor of Primary Music Magazine, a reviewer for the British Journal of Music Education, and writes regularly for Music Teacher Magazine. She is the writer of Warwick Music’s award-winning pBuzz KS1 music curriculum, and writer and presenter of the Kapow Primary music curriculum.  Elizabeth is also a Programme Leader for the Level 4 Certificate for Music Educators, and teaches music in a local authority primary school in the West Midlands.