A survey of specialist and non-specialist teachers using Charanga

The positive evidence is overwhelming with two independent masters’ theses showing that schools using the Charanga programme have experienced a significant improvement in music teaching and musical achievement. Our close links with schools means we get a great insight into how effectively the programme is working for teachers.

This year, close to 1,000 music teachers shared their experiences of using the programme via an online survey. 96% reported improvements in the quality of their teaching and pupil attainment. It’s given staff – and non-musicians particularly – the confidence, professional knowledge and tools to deliver exciting and progressive music lessons.

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Increased competence

enhanced knowledge
better quality teaching

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Improved well-being

more confidence/job satisfaction
reduced workload

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Positive student outcomes

increased attainment
more musical activity

Key: specialist non-specialist