The MUSE Project has been helping children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities to make music since 2007. As well as providing active musical experiences for young people, we also investigate the different ways in which these same tools and techniques can be used within broader educational contexts. Our focus is on the creative use of technology, music and multimedia to bring about new, imaginative ways of improving educational provision.
Our team has an excellent track record in delivering a variety of different services. From exceptional musical service delivery, through to innovative research and development and comprehensive training and consultancy – there are many ways in which we can help institutes, organisations, teachers and young people break down disabling barriers to participation.
We employ a range of methodologies designed to place end users at the very heart of what we design and deliver.
Our professional practices are evidence-informed and we evaluate them continually so that we contribute to the current evidence-base.
People love what we do, but don’t just take our word for it! Here is just some of the great feedback we have received…
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Helping young people with SEN/D make music using technology they helped
Music Used in Special Education Information Center - a free online
A review exploring technology in special education and disabled music settings.