In normal times, our team of 250 people would have been teaching music to 38,000 Birmingham schoolchildren or delivering training to teachers, support staff and governors in schools and at our conference facilities in Aston – helping 570 Birmingham schools to meet national targets. This though was a pandemic. These were not normal times. But… Continue reading The show had to go on…
The OHMI (One Handed Musical Instrument) Trust is a UK-based charity pioneering the development and adaptation of musical instruments for people who are physically disabled. Services For Education have partnered with the OHMI Trust for some years now and currently have 14 pupils in the city receiving 1:1 lessons for free through them. One of… Continue reading Music Success Stories: Cian’s Story
The best thing about working for Services For Education is the passion within our team. Our staff love their jobs and they love the difference they make to people’s lives. It fills us with joy when someone we have taught or supported goes on to achieve great things, (musical or not) so as you can… Continue reading Music Success Stories: Xhosa Cole, Winner of BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year 2018
It’s absolutely fantastic to hear that Jake has gone on to graduate from RCM and has had great success, playing in some of London’s most prestigious orchestras.
A Feature on Jack Ledger-Dowse. Jack first picked up the trumpet at the age of 8 through whole-class teaching when he was living in Hull.