To kick off the new term, we’ve added Plastic, a fantastic KS2 resource, to the Freestyle section of Charanga’s Musical School programme. Plastic pollution is of course a hot environmental
After many months of consultation with our community of education partners, teachers and students, and development work from Charanga’s talented educational technology team, we are delighted to be launching Yumu – a new online area in
96.9% of Musical School users report improvements in the quality of their teaching and positive student outcomes
In April we surveyed users of our award-winning primary music resource to understand its impact and to develop it further. Close to 1,000 teachers completed our online questionnaire and feedback from both music specialists and non-specialists
Charanga and Severn Arts, Worcestershire’s leading arts and music education charity, have joined forces to support classroom music teaching and instrumental learning in the county.
Two new recorder books now accompany Heather Ward’s popular Blown Away series in the Musical School programme’s Instruments section. Both titles have received sparkling reviews from both teachers and children. Heather’s Guinea Pig Gig offers a
We’ve just added some fantastic new resources to the Freestyle section of our Musical School programme. Other gems will be available soon!
We are delighted to announce news of an exciting collaboration with the acclaimed violinist Nicola Benedetti. The partnership brings her inspirational “With Nicky” video series to Charanga’s digital music education platform and its global network of
Charanga, the award-winning music education technology company, and Devon Music Education Hub have announced an exciting new partnership supporting classroom music teaching and instrumental learning across the county. The jointly-funded agreement gives 300 primary and special
Charanga Musical School, the UK’s best-selling resource for primary music, nominated at 2019 Bett Awards
Bett’s industry show for the education technology landscape brings together almost 1000 leading companies, 100+ new edtech start-ups and more than 34,000 attendees to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education, as well as
Written by Charanga’s SEND technology specialist Ben Sellers, each project has in-depth video and planning support which show how to use iPads to compose, improvise and perform in SEND settings. The projects are designed to work across the whole spectrum, from PMLD settings to PRUs.