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TBMH – Musical Senses – Bursary Opportunity

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Jan 25 2022

Dear Colleagues,

Please see attachment here:  Musical Senses - Info for Schools & Families

The Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is committed to positive change and has developed a specific focus on making what we do accessible to young people who receive sensory support – young people who are blind or partially sighted, have a multi-sensory impairment, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. The attached document (Words and PDF versions) summarises our Musical Senses programme of work and has all relevant information.

We ask that you share this with students/families who fall into the target groups (outlined below), and encourage them to submit a pupil nomination using this online form (HERE) by midday on Thursday 24th February. If you have any questions, please contact Stuart Whatmore, Head of the TBMH (stuart.whatmore@rbkc.gov.uk).

We will be funding 15 students to participate in musical learning with the TBMH. We are looking to work with:

  • circa 7x pupils who are deaf or have a hearing impairment; and circa 7x pupils who are blind or partially sighted
  • Pupils in Years 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 – those in Upper Key Stage 2, and Lower Key Stage 3 – are the target age range, as the initial beneficiaries.
  • Pupils must attend a state-maintained school, or live, in Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, or Westminster; or
  • Pupils who are Elective Home Educated in the equivalent School year groups (5/6/7/8) who live in Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, or Westminster.

We need your help in this message reaching the right families so that we can ensure the opportunity is taken up by those with the most need.

With thanks,

Stuart

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