Join singers across the world on Wednesday 30 June 2021 to celebrate Sing Up Day.
Explore our resources that will help you address key themes and losses caused by the pandemic.
Find out how Rachel Jeffery met the challenges of lockdown by creating a weekly online virtual singing assembly for her school community.
Maria del Carmen Andrade speaks about engaging with her pupils when they were at home during lockdown and singing for wellbeing.
With over 200 events worldwide in 26 countries, 2020's celebration was a real record-breaker.
Specially commissioned guidance from Professor Martin Ashley on singing in schools during COVID-19.
Schools may be thinking about how to continue singing in the coming months and looking for safe and creative ways to do so here are some ideas.
Find out more about how your feedback has helped to inform our plans for the autumn term
Primary music specialist Felix Glenn who teaches across two South London schools – Atwood Primary Academy and Earlsfield Primary School – shares his new ways of working online.
Harrow International School's unique approach to Sing Up Day 2020 under lockdown
Resources to complement your work and conversations with pupils when talking about racial injustice
Sing Up at Home has been specially curated to support parents, families, and schools still open for keyworkers' children or providing home schooling activities