Meet The Team
Stephen leads the team within the Music and Arts Performing Arts Service and the North East Lincs Music Hub.
An experienced music hub leader, Stephen is new to NE Lincs, and is keen to see that every child and every school has access to the best opportunities in music education. Stephen has a long track record as a teacher and as a performer. He is looking forward to working with schools and partners to help deliver music education which transforms lives, schools and communities.
Jane is normally the person on the other end of the phone when you ring up!
Jane’s main role is the organisation and support of projects, events, and festivals mainly working with schools and partner organisations. She also manage the instrument hire scheme and the administrative support for the ensemble groups. Jane believes every child has the right to an arts education no matter what background they come from. I am an example of how an arts education in school can lead to a career in the arts. The arts develop confidence and a creative mind which are so important in today’s workplace.
Emma is responsible for the Music Hub’s online presence including all of the social media platforms and website maintenance as well as delivering any of the livestream events and creating online concerts. She is responsible for promotion and recruitment for the MAPAS ensembles, additional projects and events.
Emma works with the team to develop new and exciting ideas for both school music and local music projects with a focus on partnership work and the wider community. She works with Zoe to lead the Young Ambassadors team and meets with schools to support the development of their music curriculum.
Zoe is responsible for an oversees the hub’s ensemble provision from world music to choirs and orchestras, including liaising with teachers, organising concerts, working with Ambassadors to make sure the student’s voice is heard, and making sure the ensemble provision is appropriate to the wider teaching in the town. In addition to this she coordinates the EYFS and KS1 & 2 network meetings, which largely informs the programme of work for the coming terms.
Zoe also works on larger projects in collaboration with hub partners, and is particularly interested in making sure there are suitable progression routes for music education within the hub offer, so that every child in North East Lincolnshire has equal opportunity to learn and progress within their musical career from whole class instrumental lessons in Key Stage 1, through to private tuition and membership in our senior orchestra and choirs in secondary school.