Music benefits children in many ways. For instance, learning to play a musical instrument develops areas of the brain responsible for language and reasoning. A musical education can also help with a child’s emotional development, building the imagination and developing a[...]
Brad Seagraves, District Department Chair for elementary band in Gilbert, Arizona
pInstruments take over Pear Tree Primary The WMG education team recently visited Pear Tree Primary School, Nantwich to take on perhaps their largest-scale project yet – getting the entire school playing pInstruments in one day!
A new range of special mouthpieces is coming to our pShop this Easter - with a twist...
Last year, I had the great privilege to visit the head office of Scholastic Education in New York. Scholastic was founded in 1920 as a single classroom magazine. Today, Scholastic books and educational materials are in tens of thousands of schools and tens of millions of homes[...]
We love hearing from members of the pFamily about how our instruments have helped them on their musical journeys.
We’re busy celebrating women this week – musical, mums and otherwise – what with International Women’s Day and Mothering Sunday just a few days apart. We think it’s important to let people know why music matters to the women – and mums! – in our team. To mark a musical Mother’s[...]