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Evaluation tender for Teach Through Music

Sound Connections is inviting suitable applicants to tender for an evaluation of the Teach Through Music programme.

Teach Through Music is a fully subsidised professional development programme for schools, which aims to establish a centre for excellence in KS3 music teaching in London. Delivered by a partnership of leading music education organisations, Teach Through Music aims to create a ‘community of practice’ drawing on the expertise of teachers, educationalists and cultural organisations, to support Key Stage 3 music. It is part of Music Excellence London, a £650,000 investment in KS3 music by the Department for Education and Mayor of London. It has been funded through the London School’s Excellence Fund.

We are looking for an evaluator or group of evaluators who should have a mix of the following attributes, experience and skills:

  • Experience of evaluating arts education activity, preferably music
  • Advanced analytic and interpretation skills
  • Ability to write concise reports and identify key issues
  • Excellent communication skills

This evaluation is offered as a commissioned piece of work. If you are interested in tendering for the evaluation please prepare a written proposal.

Download this pack for full details of the tender and the application process. 

Further details on the Teach Through Music programme can be found here.

The deadline for submitting a response is Friday 30 May 2014 at 5.00pm with interviews on Thursday 5 June. Please submit an email of your proposal by the deadline. Selected evaluator(s) will be expected to present their proposal at interview.

 

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