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New report from Birmingham City University shows the benefits of whole class music in schools

A new report from Birmingham City University has shown the benefits that Whole Class Ensemble Teaching can have in schools. The researchers have also included some shorter key messages about whole class teaching for both Primary and Secondary schools which sum up the conclusions of the full report and explain the difference that Whole Class Ensemble Teaching can make in students’ lives.

Whole Class Ensemble Teaching makes a real impact in schools. Contact ArtForms to see how learning an instrument as a whole class can help your learners and your school.

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