Crawley School is the first to receive the Music Mark

Student playing the piano

The award recognizes the value that the school places on music as a part of the curriculum and the extracurricular opportunities available to students.

As a Music Mark School, Gossops Green Elementary School will now have access to expert advice, educational resources, ideas, and member-only trainings and events to support the spread of music.

Bridget Whyte, Executive Director of Music Mark, wrote to the school, “We want to thank you for all the hard work you and your colleagues do to ensure that students in your school can access and engage. with high quality music. education.

Students love to learn the keyboard

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“Your dedication to providing and delivering a broad and balanced curriculum is both welcomed and celebrated. “

Music Mark’s vision is for there to be great musical learning in and outside of school that inspires and enriches the lives of pupils and students.

In addition to supporting member schools, Music Mark works to influence policy makers on behalf of schools and young people across the country.

The student becomes familiar with the Glockenspiel

Gossops Green Primary School Principal Sarah Dunne said: “We are so proud that our efforts to ensure that all of our children have equal access to music and instrument learning have been recognized.

“Thanks to West Sussex Music and of course to our own music teacher, Ms Caroline Underwood, for making this possible.”

Music Mark works in partnership with partner companies, including the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).

Students really appreciate their time learning new musical instruments

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