Music Education Hubs are groups of organisations – such as local authorities, schools, other hubs, art organisations, community or voluntary organisations – working together to create joined-up music education provision, respond to local need and fulfil the objectives of the hub as set out in the national plan for Music Education:
We do this by working with over 250 partners across different sectors in the county who have a strategic interest in music education and various providers in organisations, including our own delivery team. Our hub partnership is very broad and includes:
Learn more about our hub partners and get involved with the music education hub as a partner or provider on our Cambridgeshire Music Education Hub mini-site where you can register and set up a profile for your organisation. This will then let you apply for funding, publish information about your events and activities and see what else is on in the area.
Our engagement with our hub partners allows us to benefit from their knowledge and expertise. We use our online and sector networks to maintain dialogue with colleagues, exploring ideas and needs as they arise, and aim to connect our families and students to the same networks, broadening the reach of conversation and allowing feedback from our end users.
We work closely with Bridge organisations in the region (Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Royal Opera House) through partnerships with other hubs, partners, specific jointly-commissioned projects and regular networking and development discussions.
The projects that we develop with regional hub and music service partners enable better inclusion, genre-specific work and music technology growth, and benefits recognised by hubs across the region – particularly when combined with our local knowledge to make the best use of opportunities.
Our hub partners commit to: