A complete guide to Ealing Music Service provision available in schools can be found in EMS101 – Service Level Agreement.
Our At-a-Glance Menu gives a quick overview of EMS provision for busy school leaders.
For information regarding our offer to schools for 2017-18, click here.
Ealing Music Service offer Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (formally known as Wider Opportunities) on the following instruments in Schools:
Lee, our Assistant Head of Service would love to hear from schools who would like to increase or initiate a First Access programme in their school. email@example.com
As with all of the EMS provision, Spark! programmes role on an annual contract. There is no need for schools to sign up each year. Any cancellations or changes must be advised by the end of March each year.
More information on the Spark! page.
Ealing Music Service offer small group tuition on the following instruments in Schools:
Our Assistant Heads of Service would love to hear from schools who would like to increase or initiate small group tuition in their school. Please complete form EMS103 “New & Ad Hoc Provision Request” and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org or online with EMS103e
If schools wish to change the provision provided by EMS, they must fill in EMS102 “Change of Provision Form” or online EMS102e. This must be received by EMS by the following deadlines (as prescribed in the Service Level Agreement.
|Date of Change –
|Deadline for receipt of EMS102 Change of Provision Request (signed by Head teacher & EMS Tutor)|
|Autumn 2017||22 May 2017|
|Spring 2018||16 October 2017|
|Summer 2018||5 February 2018|
|Autumn 2018||21 May 2018|
|Spring 2019||22 October 2018|
|Summer 2019||4 February 2019|
Schools may hire a class set of instruments. The cost is set out in EMS105 (EMS Charges to schools).
Pupils/parent hire instrument directly from EMS.
Charanga is a modern, exciting, digital resource for instrumental and music curriculum teachers The price is just £150.00 per year — the Musical School programme normally costs £195.00, but EMS are subsidising the cost as part of our support for all Ealing primary schools.
Alternatively, become an EMS Member School and get Charanga for free – See Membership
To place an order for the Charanga Musical School programme just click this link to the pricing and ordering page: ealingmusicserviceonline.co.uk/site/musical-school-pricing/
Enter the name of your school in the box then click confirm school. You will then have 2 options: select Order Now to place an order immediately. Once you’ve done that it will ask for a couple of very brief details which when you press the green button at the bottom, will instantly issue your school with its licence and a user name and password. You can then set up as many colleagues with user names and passwords as need them.
Schools will be billed on a termly basis through the EMS School Billing Advice Invoice.
In order for Arts Council England to continue funding music activities in the London Borough of Ealing through the Ealing Music Partnership, schools are requested to return data regarding: Music Ensembles, Whole Class Tuition, Music Technology and Music Levels. This information is gathered through one of the following forms or via a visit from a member of the EMS Senior Leadership Team. Returns this year are due by 1 Sept. 2017
ACE Music Data Return – Ealing Schools 2016-17 – online form
Please go to our Ensembles section for more information about ensembles your pupils may be able to join.
Some schools may find parents are unsure whether music lessons are suitable for some religions. Advice has been published from the following sources:
religionlaw.co.uk – Some good advice about music on page 52
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Please go to our CPD section for more information on teacher training opportunities
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The Copyright and Schools website is an information resource to help schools navigate copyright licensing and understand how copyright material can be used legally within a school — providing accessible, relevant and up to date information to support the curricular and extracurricular use of copyright content.
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