The government has announced £85m of investment in school music, film, dance, theatre and design projects.
School standards minister Nick Gibb said charities educating young people about different styles of music - In Harmony, National Youth Music Organisations and Music for Youth - would receive £1m. Cultural education programmes run by Heritage Schools, BFI Film Academy, Museums and Schools, the Arts Council England Bridge network, National Youth Dance Company and Saturday Art and Design clubs will share £4m.
Music education hubs, which give pupils access to instruments, will receive £80m. The DfE had confirmed in November that the scheme would continue to be funded in 2020/21 with an allocation of about £79m.