Technology helps you make more of skills based music making in the classroom
It is widely recognised that learning to play an instrument has huge musical and educational benefits for students, although providing every child with the opportunity to do so remains one of the greatest challenges in music education.
As Ofsted reported in 2009:
“The provision for music was good or outstanding in around half the schools visited. However, the quality and range of the provision for music varied too much. While many pupils were benefiting considerably, others were missing out.”
There is much that is more than good in music education in the UK, but Ofsted’s findings included concerns around; assessment, progress and progression, quality, duration of Study, KS4 and under use of ICT. We have mapped Gigajam’s main benefits and features against those areas in a short online which can be viewed online.
Gigajam would like all children to have the chance to learn to play a musical instrument and we have a licensing model and special deals that will make Gigajam affordable. Gigajam is just £1 per pupil per annum, but see what other special deals are available.
For more information, or if you have any questions visit our website or give us a call on 01494 534880.
You can also email any questions directly to Brian Greene.