The Tri-borough Music Hub works in partnership with organisations that help us to fulfill our Strategic Aims.
In order to be considered as a partner or provider, organisations must meet the criteria that have been agreed by the hub's Strategic Partner Steering group.
In the Autumn Term 2015 the Tri-borough Music Hub and its Strategic Partners reviewed all partnership working arrangements to reflect the range and depth of organisations that are based, or work, within our Local Authority borders. This has also led to the development of a category which should bring additional opportunities to those organisations that are not Delivery Partners but who could become 'Additional Providers', and one further category of 'External Organisations'. The two documents here will help provide more information about the CRITERIA for working with the Tri-borough Music Hub and also the overview of WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP
The overriding strategic purpose of the TBMH is three-fold:
(1) to engage with all schools in the Tri-borough area, in order to reach all pupils and provide them with access to high-quality music education opportunities.
(2) to raise standards and support musical progression for all pupils.
(3) to ensure a broad range of outstanding musical opportunities for pupils, parents and the community.
The TBMH strives to ensure that all activity and delivery makes a positive impact on all learners. All TBMH Partners contribute to one or more of the above areas in some capacity offering additional value to the schools, pupils, workforce and community of the Tri-borough area.
Inclusive — Exceptional — Inspiring— Progressive — Sustainable