Resource: Practice sharing case study – Developing music in an “Education other than at school” setting.

Wiltshire Youth Arts Partnership (WYAP), part of Wiltshire Council’s Integrated Youth Service, has been working with the Council’s EOTAS (Education Other Than At School) team to do music work with young people unable to attend mainstream schools for health reasons. The three-month pilot project was part of their wider Music Matters programme. In this case study, the project leads from WYAP and EOTAS, and the musicians involved, outline what happened and what they learned.

It has been written to share practice and prompt reflection, discussion and development of musical inclusion work. It is aimed at music practitioners working with children in challenging circumstances, as well as funders and project leads/managers, as part of the legacy of Swindon Wiltshire and Gloucestershire’s Musical Inclusion programme

Download the case study here: Working in an EOTAS setting

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