Ealing Music Service is the lead organisation of Ealing Music Partnership (the Music Education Hub for The London Borough of Ealing).The Ealing Music Partnership Board plays a central role in shaping priorities and aims to make the most efficient and effective use of the various funding sources and resources for music education in and out of school. Schools are represented on the Partnership Board – see Board structure below.
Ealing Music Partnership is supported by funding from Arts Council England which enables us to provide services to schools at subsidised rates.
Our Mission – 2013 to 2016
Ealing Music Partnership will secure a rich musical legacy for all our children and young people maximizing the potential of every child through collaborative music making, rejuvenating professional learning to secure confidence in the workforce and accelerating progression pathways for our most talented young musicians.
We have five main principles which drive our work:
1. Discovery – We will support schools to enable all pupils discover the excitement of music through learning an instrument and singing allowing them to make informed decisions on ways in which they may realise their full potential.
2. Growing Talent – We will make Ealing an excellent place for young musicians to grow through opportunities that are of the highest quality, diverse and that appeal to a wide range of tastes.
3. Success Through Diversity – We will build on our diverse and exciting musical offer from a full complement of Western orchestral instruments to Music Technology and from Guitar to Gamelan to reflect our vibrant and diverse communities.
4. Value for Money – We will reach as many pupils as possible by continuing to provide one of the most affordable and increasing range of services of the highest quality in the UK.
5. A Musical Legacy – We will place professional development at the heart of music in Ealing by bringing together all teachers, musicians and organisations to draw on, develop and share best practice.
The Ealing Music Strategy Group plays a central role in shaping priorities and aims to make the most efficient and effective use of the various funding sources and resources for music education in and out of school.
Yogesh Dattani – Head of Ealing Music Service
Andrew Maud – Music Coordinator, Little Ealing Primary School
Chris Brown – Chair, Ealing Youth Orchestra
Debbie Coates – CEO, Classical Opera
Branwen Hywel – Headteacher, John Perryn Primary School
Jamie Moloy – Headteacher, Viking Primary School
EMSG aims to meet three times per year:
Partners are categorised in the following groups: