Results: Your ideal KS4

Results: Your ideal KS4

I recently conducted a survey to see what music teachers thought their ideal Key Stage 4 for music would look like. There was a modest number of responses (seven) but the results are still interesting to see. Teachers were given fourteen options to choose from in the...
Results: Your exam boards

Results: Your exam boards

Last week’s Sunday Survey asked music teachers to look at the draft specifications and say which exam board they were thinking of choosing.  Interestingly, the results suggest that Edexcel is still the most popular choice by quite a large margin....
Results: KS4 class sizes

Results: KS4 class sizes

Last week’s survey asked you about the size of your KS4 classes and, it has to be said, the results are very surprising.  The biggest surprise is that the average number of pupils taking a KS4 music qualification was 15% (much bigger than the 7% that 2011...
Results: adult helpers

Results: adult helpers

Last week’s survey was on the topic of adult helpers in the music classroom.  The impact of coursework season and the very specific nature of the survey reduced the number of responses but we still got some useful pointers from the community. All but...
Your catalogues of recordings

Your catalogues of recordings

Last week’s survey looked at how teachers manage catalogues of recordings in the spirit of Robin Hammerton’s TES blog.  With the coursework season upon us, I wasn’t surprised to find that this survey had a relatively small response rate; ten...
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