Inclusive resources

We have created a list of resources that you can use from home. Follow the links below to find out about these inclusive resources, suitable for children with additional needs.


A free, downloadable multi-track audio editor. 

Using this software, it is possible to set students a task to create soundscapes in response to particular images using sounds and samples from free-to-use websites such

Alternatively, set a project to collect ‘found sounds’ from home using their phones to edit in Audacity with the aim of creating their own beats.

BBC Teach: Ten Pieces

For pupils, teachers and ensemble leaders to open up the world of classical music to children and young people. Explore exciting films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements and live events!

BBC Teach: School Radio

Primary Music: cross curricular approach, ideal for the non-specialist teacher.

BBC Teach: Bring the Noise

Musical ideas to try with children at home.

Beat Goes On

Daily online YouTube Body Percussion sessions with former STOMP cast member Ollie Tunmer.

Chrome Music Lab

Learning music is more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

Classic FM

A list of upcoming free, streamed concerts.

First Thing Music

Beat, rhythm and pitch activities.


Incredibox is a music app that lets you create your own beatbox music. Choose a musical style and start to lay down, record and share your mix.

Music Education Whizz

A collection of 21st Century music education resources - free and charged for packages and activities available.

Musical Futures

Playalongs: school closures pack.

Sing Up

Sing Up's collection of resources which you can share with your pupils to keep them learning and singing outside of school. Download videos, songs, including performance tracks and song lyrics, and activity bundles with worksheets for your pupils. You can upload the files to your own school VLE or simply send them straight to your pupils.

Warwick Music

Performance opportunity: Online Festival until 30 June 2020.

Events Calendar