These pages are for London Borough of Merton school staff and governors.
Change is Coming – Royal Albert Hall, 11 March 2024
Click on the button below to find out about the exciting school projects for 23-24 including the Blues & Roots Ensemble at the New Wimbledon Theatre and our Royal Albert Hall concert.
Please note that school applications are now closed for the Royal Albert Hall.
Primary Music Coordinator Network Meetings
We hold termly Network Meetings fior Primary Music Coordinators at our offices / Music Centre in Merton Abbey Primary School, High Path, SW19 2JY.
2023 – 2024 Meeting Dates
- Thursday 9 November, 4pm – 5:45pm
- Thursday 22 February, 4pm – 5:45pm
- Thursday 13 June, 4pm – 5:45pm
Access is free for all schools that have signed up for MMF’s Service Level Agreement, a £40 fee applies for non-SLA schools.
The new Sound Ideas programme supports delivery of NC music, closely aligned to the 2021 Model Music Curriculum. It contains documents on progression, songs, composition and listening activities, use of classroom percussion, links to excellent and easily-accessible free resources and a range of ‘Teacher Tips’ (including sets of short teaching videos). It is especially aimed at those teaching staff who are less confident or experienced in leading music.
Accessing MMF Resources
Below you will find a Sharepoint link to our resources collections – you do not require an account to access it.
Offer To Schools 2023 – 2024
We are pleased to share our Traded Offer to Merton Schools for September 2023 – July 2024
Service Level Agreement
We support schools with curriculum resources, CPD, network meetings, training, bespoke arts projects and our Moving Music Forward accreditation scheme via our Service Level Agreement.
In2Music: First Access Programme
Open to all Merton schools with projects available from EYFS – Year 6.
We teach General Musicianship classes, provide PPA cover packages and offer opportunities for whole class groups to learn a musical instrument together. We supply the tutor and the instruments and follow up with subsidised lessons for pupils who want to continue learning
Song Packs & Resources
These resources have been commissioned by MMF for use by all Merton schools. The password has been shared with Merton Music Coordinators by email, please contact: email@example.com if you are unable to access the resources.
Music Lessons at Your School
Access to instrumental tuition is transformative for children and young people. Music is both a skill and a passion and the cognitive benefits of learning an instrument are well documented.
Our friendly, professional tutors offer lessons in a wide-range of instruments, including brass (trumpet, cornet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba), strings (violin, viola, cello, double bass), woodwind (flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone), percussion (drum kit, world percussion, orchestral percussion), piano, electric keyboard, recorder, guitar and voice.
Lessons take place in school, during the school day. The benefits of instrumental tuition are acknowledged to justify time out from other lessons. Our tutors are fully DBS checked and complete annual Safeguarding / Child Protection updates. They are carefully selected as highly skilled practitioners and educators and will work with your staff to ensure everything runs smoothly.
Contact us to arrange instrumental lessons at your school: firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Resources for Schools
We create, curate and signpost high quality resources and materials for school leaders and teachers to support the delivery of outstanding music lessons, clubs and ensembles. If you would like to discuss how we can support with planning for musical progression in your school, please contact us.
A National Plan for Music Education – Music Teachers’ Magazine Summary
Schools can view MMF pupil registers, waiting lists and teacher DBS information via our Schools’ Portal.
To request access for yourself or a colleague, please contact us.
Documents for Schools