Our Vision

A borough where music resonates along the corridors of every school and echoes throughout the community. A place of aspiration where every child can find their first notes, make progress and flourish as a young musician.

We aim to be:

A centre of learning and a vehicle for musical excellence both now and in the future.

An asset to our community and an advocate of uncompromising ambition for the creative development of every child.

An inclusive cultural organisation – not just in what we say, but also in what we do.

To achieve this, we must be:

Dynamic / Inquisitive / Values-Led / Effective / Resilient / Self-Accountable / Engaging   

(These are our Characteristics)


Our Values

Courage

We will be brave, take risks. We will stand-up and be heard, travel the road unknown.

Integrity

We will hold ourselves to the highest standards. We will not cut corners. We will take pride.

Joy

Music is for life – Music is life. Happiness should permeate everything we do.


Our Story

Charitable Object

The principal object of the Merton Music Foundation is to “advance musical education within the framework of the arts for the benefit of the public in the London Borough of Merton and elsewhere”. Our mission is to encourage participation, enjoyment and achievement by providing the highest quality learning opportunities in music and the performing arts.

Moving Music Forward

Founded as an independent charity in 1991, Merton Music Foundation (MMF) has been providing high quality music, arts and culture education programmes to the young people of Merton and the surrounding areas for over 30 years. We believe that music is for life and for everyone. Every single child deserves the chance to experience a rich musical education, both in and outside the school environment.


Our Merton

Merton Music Education Hub

MMF is the lead partner for the Merton Music Education Hub. Music Education Hubs are groups of organisations working together to create joined-up music education provision, respond to local need and fulfil the objectives set out in the National Plan for Music Education.

What We Do

Working with our hub partners, we support and advocate for music in Merton schools via staff training, whole-class teaching / First Access and special projects. We organise large scale concerts and events and actively contribute to the national discussion about music education. We offer pupils one-to-one and small group instrumental lessons in school, out of school & online, operate an instrument hire service, provide financial assistance to enable young people to access lessons, and run a wide range of ensembles and choirs from our South Wimbledon Music Centre.

To find out more, please get in touch.

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