Musical Inclusion

What is musical inclusion:
Musical Inclusion is about removing barriers to ensure all children enjoy  full participation in a music education which supports the development and achievement of each young person based on their individual abilities, needs and interests.​

Musically inclusive practice ensures that all children and young people who want to can make music. It can only happen by embracing a wide range of genres and styles, supporting participants to achieve social and personal outcomes as well as musical ones, and having a music education workforce which can work with young people of all backgrounds, needs and interests.​https://www.youthmusic.org.uk/musical-inclusion​

Partnerships 
Solihull Music Hub and Service are working with  regional and national organisations to develop inclusive music making opportunities for pupils with barriers to learning and participation.​

Click on the video below to find out more about our Beats Music Programme.​
Beats Impact report Yew Tree Primary 2019-20