Education Partners

Drums for Schools are members of the following music education organisations:

FOBISIA – Federation of British International Schools in Asia

The Federation of British International Schools in Asia is a membership association of British schools in Asia. Founded in 1988 as the Federation of British International Schools in South East Asia (FOBISSEA), FOBISIA aims to promote a British style education system in schools throughout Asia, and gives students the opportunity for collaboration and friendly competition through its annual sporting and musical festivals.

ISME International Society for Music Education

ISME – International Society for Music Education

The International Society for Music Education is a professional organization of persons involved with music education. It was founded in Brussels in 1953 during the UNESCO-sponsored conference on “The Role and Place of Music in the Education of Youth and Adults”. ISME’s mission is to build a worldwide network of music educators, to advocate music education globally and across the lifespan, and to foster intercultural understanding and cooperation.

The UK’s Association for Music Teachers

Formerly known as the Music Masters and Mistresses Association, the Music Teachers’ Association provides first-class training, support and networking opportunities to all those who work in Music Education through a range of publications and an excellent Annual Conference and INSET programme.

Music Mark Influencing Supporting & Connecting

Music Mark

Music Mark members include Music Education Services and Hubs, their teaching and support teams; schools; individuals; NYMOS; HE/FE bodies; Hub and Corporate Partners. Music Mark lobbies for, and champions, a government supported, high quality, music education provision for all school aged children and young people which addresses diversity, equity and inclusion at its core.

SAME Scottish Association for Music Education

SAME – Scottish Association for Music Education

SAME is the professional association which represents all those involved in music education in Scotland. It covers all stages and levels of music education, both formal and informal and organises and delivers conferences both of a general nature and specifically focussed on music and IT issues. Membership is free to all involved in Music Education in Scotland and to anyone who attends a SAME conference.
Sound Sense The voice of community music

Sound Sense – the UK professional association for community musicians

Sound Sense is a brilliant association for anyone involved in community music making. They have a range of conferences, CPD training and are deeply practical and committed.