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Paul Hamlyn Foundation extends Musical Futures funding to July 2013

The trustees of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation have awarded a further year of funding to enable Musical Futures to continue its work in the UK until July 2013.

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has supported Musical Futures since 2003, meaning that this recent announcement marks a 10-year commitment to music education from the Foundation. Funding was due to finish in July 2012 but it was felt that, due to the current education climate and the work of so many schools developing Musical Futures, continuation would be beneficial.

The funding will support training, networking, resources and managerial support across the UK, enabling successful Musical Futures pilots in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to scale-up and reach more schools and for work in England to become further embedded. There is also some new work in the pipeline around using Musical Futures with younger students, particularly those in Year 7.

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