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Music service has a new look

The Cardiff County and Vale of Glamorgan Music Service is changing to ‘Cardiff and Vale Music Education’.

The service has been refreshed, with a new look including a new logo and website, making the service wider and more user-friendly for pupils, parents and schools.

Cardiff Council’s deputy leader Sarah Merry said: “Music now plays an important part in the Expressive Arts area of the Curriculum for Wales and the launch of the National Plan for Music Education aligned with the implementation of the curriculum from September 2022, has ensured that the two elements work together to support schools and teachers as well as providing exciting opportunities for children and young people to experience the joy of music making.”

The new website and parent portal will improve communication between tutors, parents and carers thanks to an integrated messaging system. Payment options are also changing so that the cost of tuition can be spread over a longer period, to give a range of affordable options to all.

Cllr Sarah Merry added: “This new look service aims to unite all music education partners, venues, and performance organisations across the region, with support for all schools and settings being their mission.

Schools, parents and carers who already have pupils taking music lessons with the service will receive an email telling them what they need to do to start the new term in September.

For more information visit Cardiff and Vale Music Education website.

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