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* Music must remain a core part of the national curriculum. The principle of a music education built upon the interrelated processes of performing, composing, listening, reviewing, and evaluating must be maintained.
* Schools not offering music as part of the national curriculum should be held to account.
* Schools should not be classified as outstanding by OFSTED unless they offer a broad and balanced curriculum, including a music and arts programme.

Primary schools that do not provide the leadership for music education, the timetabled space, or resources should be challenged by OFSTED and steps taken to improve their students’ access and entitlement to a high-quality music education.

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