Music in schools
Be amazing, be a musician
Our award-winning Schools programme brings music to life for thousands of young people each year through a range of high-quality individual and whole-class tuition, curriculum resources, teacher training opportunities and inspirational experiences.
Our Bristol Beacon Musical Schools membership includes resources and tools you need to bring music to life in your school.
Learn an instrument in school
We provide accessible and affordable opportunities to learn to play an instrument or sing in school with individual or small group lessons facilitated by our expert tutors.
We know that music is a powerful tool when placed at the heart of schools – that’s true now more than ever.
We bring music to life for thousands of young people each year through a range of high-quality curriculum resources, enrichment activities and teacher training opportunities to help with student well-being, personal and academic achievement and fostering a positive relationship with the world through whole-class ensemble tuition.
The Bristol Beacon Musical Schools membership aims to support all schools in the city to achieve musical excellence. Our experienced and knowledgeable team collaborate with industry organisations across the music education sector to ensure best practice is at the heart of our musical teaching and learning.
Developed in consultation with teachers and our partner schools, we create award-winning Primary and Secondary Teaching Resources and Curriculums for schools and music educators.
Please sign up to our Bristol Music Curriculum microsite for free access to all the resources, lesson plans, and links to videos and songs.
In addition, if you have a Bristol Musical Schools membership, we can offer further support to help you embed this scheme within your school.
Discover our Earthsong Programme
Learn how we’re creating opportunities for over 4,500 young people in Bristol to access music education.
The Earthsong Programme is an initiative that aims to give enriching opportunities for young people who attend schools in challenging areas of our city, who are from disadvantaged backgrounds or in schools where English is an additional language.