BBC’s Bring The Noise puts music at the heart of learning

The BBC has launched Bring The Noise, an educational campaign set to help primary school teachers and parents inspire children to become musicians and see the joys of music-making.

Musicians and artists will come together for the campaign from BBC Education which is aimed at children between the ages of four and seven. Fun, easy-to-follow educational films are set to help start children on their first steps towards a life of musical enjoyment as well as highlight the positive impact that music education has.

Studies have shown that teaching music in the classroom not only improves the well-being of children but also positively impacts on their ability to learn.

Ofsted published the results of its annual parent survey on 30 April 2019, which revealed that only 32% of parents felt that music was covered sufficiently in their child’s education.

Supporters of the campaign include iconic musician and producer Mark Ronson, Golden Globe nominated film composer Daniel Pemberton (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse), musicians Naturally 7, Gregory Porter, Lil Nas X and former JLS star JB Gill.

Read more about Bring The Noise and how your school can get involved BBC’s Bring The Noise puts music at the heart of learning  

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