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How to access Classroom 200

Classroom 200 helps teachers with exploring a world of inspirational music – there are 200 pieces to get stuck into. Make sure you're registered!
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Classroom 200 is a free online resource designed by teachers for teachers.

Classroom 200 helps teachers by:

  • Exploring a world of inspirational music – there are 200 pieces to get stuck into. We’ll be using many of them in this course.
  • Encouraging creativity in the classroom, supported by a diverse range musical styles. It covers Classical, Pop, Film & TV, Musical Theatre, World, Folk so we’re sure there’s something for every class.
  • Planning is made easy with ready-made lesson plans, resources, and activities. Alongside 200 lesson plans, there’s over 160 additional resources, so all the arduous work is done for you.
  • Linking activities in the classroom directly with the Model Music Curriculum, the Curriculum for Wales and the Curriculum for Excellence and the National Curriculum in Northern Ireland. Lesson Plans are based on the universal components of music, so wherever you teach, you can be sure that these lessons are quality lessons.

So how do you access it? If you haven’t used Classroom 200 before, visit www.classroom200.org and follow the steps to register for access. It only takes a few minutes. If you have used ABRSM’s Teacher Hub, or entered ABRSM exams, you can use the same login information that you have for those activities.

Classroom 200 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you’ll always be able to access it. It’s also available on smartphones, tablets, laptops and smartboards in your school.

Every school is different, so if you have strict requirements for accessing music via YouTube, we’ve also created a Spotify playlist of non-Classical repertoire.

Make sure you have access to Classroom 200 before moving onto the next stage in our course together. You may want to bookmark the resource and this course so if you need to take a break and come back to us at a later stage, it’s easy to get going again.

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