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Truda White

Chief Executive Officer

MiSST schools

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MiSST schools

Company Description

MiSST is committed to improving the quality of teaching, learning and leadership of music through the high quality of staff training which increases knowledge, understanding and skills. We are the first London based training provider of ABRSM's Certificate of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Governor

Highbury Fields School


Head Teacher

Highbury Grove School


Affiliations

The Outward Bound Trust Limited

Member of the National Advisory Board


Web References(27 Total References)


TRUSTEES AND STAFF - MiSST

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Truda White - CEO
Truda was a secondary Headteacher for 16 years, the last 12 in Islington where under her leadership Highbury Grove School was judged by Ofsted to be Outstanding. As a result of the significant financial support from the Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust, the school was able, over a number of years, to develop the music curriculum. In 2012 every student, as they joined the school, received a classical instrument and weekly tuition. The scheme is now known as the Andrew Lloyd Webber Programme. In addition to being a very experienced secondary Head Truda has been a school governor for over 20 years in both the Primary and Secondary sector. She is also a member of the National Advisory Board for the Outward Bound Trust. Read more about Truda In 2013 Truda was nominated for a second time for the Women of the Year Lunch for her commitment to music, which resulted in the setting up of the MiSST. She was also given the Freedom of the Borough for her role in transforming education within the school and her contribution to the Borough of Islington. As CEO of the MiSST Truda is responsible for the strategic direction of the charity and ensuring that the MiSST schools have the resources and support to deliver the Andrew Lloyd Webber Programme. Truda also works closely with the Trusts and Foundations who support the charity financially as well as the Institute of Education who will be undertaking a 10-year longitudinal study into the impact of students participating in music.


Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation announceS £1.3 million funding for MiSST - MiSST

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Truda White, CEO of MiSST said:


Music for School Children | Brewers Hall

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Truda White, CEO of MiSST, said: "For some students, this will be their first public performance.


Music | Lister Community School

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When addressing the musicians and visitors Truda White, the CEO of MISST, said she was amazed by the high quality of the music she heard, especially as it has been achieved in such a short space of time.


Children and young people

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It will assess the impact of the MiSST programme on students’ educational achievements and life skills. The Foundation says participating schools have found the programme to promote social behaviour and integration throughout the school community, and develop a general appreciation for music amongst students. Truda White, CEO of MiSST, said: “Arts and music provision are being seriously eroded and the take up of these subjects at GCSE is falling year on year.
MiSST schools are reversing this trend and ensuring young people have a strong arts and music foundation as part of their curriculum.â€� The news follows a debate in Parliament about the place of arts subjects in the controversial English Baccalaureate, with saw the Schools Minister asserting once again that the take up of arts GCSEs has not been affected by changes to the curriculum. Author(s): Christy RomerNewsMusicChildren and young people


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