Lancashire Music Hub supports music education across 12 local authorities in Lancashire with a population of over 1.1 million people.
Covering an area of over 3,000 sq km, Lancashire is a mix of coastal, rural and urban areas with a wide range of economic and social needs.
The Hub offers support to 580 schools made up of 477 primary, 67 secondary, 30 special and 10 PRUs as well as providing out-of-school music ensembles and community-based music projects.
Here’s a summary of our impact in the past year:
Over 17,000 pupils received instrumental tuition from Lancashire Music Service – approximately 6,000 of these in weekly one-to-one or small-group lessons and 11,000 in weekly whole-class lessons.
399 primary schools, 46 secondary schools, 24 special schools and 5 PRUs accessed services and support provided by the Hub.
1400 young people took part in 18 music centres (including three new ones in libraries and three evening centres for rock and pop), six county/advanced ensembles and orchestras.
530 teachers received Professional Development and training from the Hub.
Over 1,000 instrumental and primary teachers used the Hub’s music education technology support programmes amassing 71,551 hours of online usage (the highest in the country).
9,552 children used the Hub’s Music World online programme to support their music learning.