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If you think Warwickshire Music is just about providing instrumental lessons... THINK AGAIN!

Warwickshire Music is proud to work in partnership with 92% of Warwickshire schools to support their music curriculum and their wider aspirations for student and school enrichment.

Music can stimulate and challenge all children and give them a real sense of achievement, it can help you create a powerful community bond across your whole school.

At Warwickshire Music we understand that no two schools are the same and each of you has your own very specific requirements. Therefore, we are pleased to offer you a wide variety of musical opportunities to choose from.

Together with our Hub partners, Warwickshire Music offers the very highest quality music education provision for all children and young people in Warwickshire schools. Together we can meet the challenges of The National Plan for Music Education.

Change of Hours Form

What can Warwickshire Music offer you from September 2017?

Offer to Schools - Key Stage 1 

Offer to Schools - Key Stage 2 

Offer to Schools - Secondary

UpBeat Overview (Whole Class Ensemble Teaching) - See UpBeat visit dates and Handbook under the Downloads section on the UpBeat page

Vocal Opportunities

Music Therapy Information

Instrumental Tuition - list of instruments available

Music Technology offer for schools

Macbook Trolley for Music Technology and Composition

World Music and +Arts

Rock & Pop

Warwickshire Music Year Plan 2017-18

From September 2017 please complete and submit the Change of Hours form below to request any increase/decrease in your teaching time. Any increase will be by negotiation.  If a form is not submitted your timetable will be rolled forward from the Summer term to September 2017. N.B. By submitting any tuition application you are agreeing to the terms and conditions set out in our Service Level Agreement 2017-18


Music for Life Magazine Summer 2017


Singing For Sounds

Singing For Sounds - Early Years Language Development Programme

Music Matters

Music Matters in the EYFS

A fun, flexible and adaptable song and activity programme for teachers, support staff and parents/carers from nursery upwards. 


Playtastic - Kick start your very own school band.

Warwickshire Music teachers will teach the same repertoire to all the children learning instruments in your school.  Put them all together and 'hey presto' you have an instant school band.


Charanga - Fantastic resources for primary, secondary and instrumental teaching.


Instrumental Lessons - Remission & price guidance

Recommended prices and guidance for lessons in schools 17-18 (pdf)

Remissions Policy 2017-18 (pdf)

Remission Application for instrumental lessons (pdf)


Offer to Schools

Offer to Schools KS2 2017-18 (pdf)

Music Therapy Info 2017-18 (pdf)

Offer to Schools KS1 2017-18 (pdf)

Offer to Schools KS3 2017-18 (pdf)

Vocal Opportunities 2017-18 (pdf)

Music Technology 2017-18 (pdf)


Warwickshire Music Year Plan

Year Plan 2016-17 (pdf)

Year Plan 2017-18 - Schools (pdf)



Guidance on purchasing instruments for schools/parents (pdf)

List of Instruments 17-18


UpBeat - Whole Class Ensemble Programme

UpBeat Overview 2017-18 (pdf)


Sample letter to parents (docx)

SLA 2017-18 (pdf)


Instrumental Lessons


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'Music Education is a fundamental entitlement at Lawrence Sheriff School as it supports our students in developing a full range of skills and experiences.  Our longstanding and thriving partnership with Warwickshire County Music is a key element in the musical life of the school.  We are very happy with the quality of their teaching staff and the positive relationship we enjoy with them.'

Dr. Peter Kent headteacher
Lawrence Sheriff Grammar School

My Year 4 children and staff had a fabulous day last Thursday with Ex Cathedra - they arrived back at school still singing and with enormous smiles on their faces! The rest of the children are now really looking forward to our workshops in school.

How's that?

Alison Hines
Headteacher, The Dassett CE Primary School, Fenny Compton