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 … read the rest.
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 … read the rest.
This spring, we’ve taken part in a number of music events and education conferences – one of them being the Brighton Music Conference. In April, Audioactive invited Max Wheeler (VIP Studio Sessions) to host a panel debate … read the rest.
At VIP Studio Sessions we’re often asked how to make a track sound better? How do you get a great mix? How can I ‘master’ my track? There are a lot of complicated technical things people will … read the rest.
Charanga, the award-winning music education technology company, has announced an inter-institutional partnership set to transform music teaching and learning in Denmark. The launch of the new Charanga Denmark platform is integral to the MECLA (Music Education … read the rest.
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. … read the rest.
Today Charanga’s Musical School programme for primary and special schools was voted ‘Best Curriculum Scheme’ at the Primary Music Magazine Awards. The ceremony formed part of the 2019 Curriculum Music Conference, attracting leaders and teachers from … read the rest.