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Get free classroom materials by logging your sheet music

All state schools across Scotland automatically have a Schools Printed Music Licence, funded by the Scottish Government, meaning that schools can legally photocopy and arrange music for curricular and extra-curricular music activity. Schools are required to report data on any printed music that is being copied and arranged, and by doing this directly help to ensure that the right composers and songwriters receive royalties. Every Copy Counts is a brand new initiative that supports all teachers to learn about the licence and its benefits for students, and helps teachers to submit data each year, leading to creators getting paid! In return for submitting data each year teachers will receive free classroom materials on composing and songwriting written by practicing classroom teachers, plus access to free webinars and more. The Annual Copycat Challenge takes place 20-24th June and is open to any school using printed music. Upload details of what you have been copying during this week for exciting content including interviews with renowned composers Howard Goodall and Michael Price, receive a discount off sheet music and have the chance to win some fantastic prizes.

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