Classroom resources and teacher guides for music teaching in primary schools with children aged five to seven-years-old.
CBeebies sound adventurer Andy Day travels the world discovering different weather patterns, animals, and insects.
Discover the diverse music traditions and local instruments of the UK with help from the National Pioneers.
Use the educational tool Play It! to teach children about how a song is put together and sing along to the music.
Look through every single song, lesson plan, video and article Bring the Noise has to offer.
Videos on running music classes and Continuing Professional Development advice for primary school teachers.
Additional articles and activities for supplementing music learning outside of the classroom.
A series of short films demonstrating different techniques for teaching music activities to SEND pupils.
Lesson activities and tips for teaching music to young disabled learners.
Two music teachers explain simple music activities and games for EYFS and KS1 classrooms to boost teacher confidence.
Women who have reached the top of the music profession on the challenges they faced.
As seen on CBeebies, YolanDa and her Band Jammers introduce some of the main elements of music making.
Some simple ideas to make music at home and build children's passion for music.
The benefits for children include helping with behaviour and confidence to encouraging creativity and learning skills.
Creating homemade musical instruments with items found at home, school and other locations.
A panel of music industry specialists and educators give their tips and tricks on teaching music in primary school.
How a reminiscence bump means the soundtrack to our teenage years brings back vivid memories.
A list of songs that are as diverse as the breeds of dogs on show at Crufts.