Laying down a new beat for music in schools DJ-ing and decks are on the National Curriculum. Now it’s time to get them into the classroom. But most schools are missing the skills to make it happen. FutureDJs bridges that gap.

What we offer UK exam boards AQA, OCR and Eduqas now recognise DJ decks as a musical instrument alongside the piano, violin or guitar. That makes them a potential part of music GCSE. And there’s a lot of demand from students. But only a few teachers have got the skills, resources and experience to meet it.

That’s where we can help.

A new learning experience Our visiting tutors are ready to bring a unique experience to schools all over the country. We offer 11–16 year-olds a fresh, exciting study programme that’s in tune with the music they listen to.

Our programme covers what underpins that music, from timbre, tempo and pitch to texture, rhythm and scales. And we get right into the details of electronic music production.

A new buzz around music — and schools Our programme is a new way into music. It’s a great way to re-awaken interest in all music GCSE syllabuses. And it’s a sure-fire way to generate a buzz around the music department — and the whole school.

We’re starting to transform how children experience music at school.

What difference could we make to you?