“MusicFirst allowed me to set meaningful, lesson extension, practical music-based homework for all students for the first time in my career. Being entirely cloud-based means my students can 'play' with the exact same program we use at school wherever they are: standards are rising fast! The Online Classroom means I have up-to-date data in every student. Because this integrates so well into SIMS (and other school data systems) my admin time for progress monitoring and reporting has been cut in half. The cloud-based software has made transition onto the new GCSE syllabus incredibly easy. Focus on Sound and Noteflight are exactly what I needed to boost my students' learning moving into Key Stage 4. MusicFirst made my dream of paperless music tuition into a reality. Try MusicFirst... and watch your students engage, their creativity blossom ... and your exam results go up!”

Matt Allen, Head of Music – Chessington Community College

“Focus on Sound is a marvellous, affordable, and user-friendly listening resource. Pupils find it easily accessible via mobile, tablet or PC at any time of day (or night, if set homework tasks). I would warmly recommend this excellent software to all departments.”

John McGonigle, Director of Music - Dollar Academy, Scotland

“My A level and GCSE students love Focus on Sound. Positively waxing lyrical about it! It’s such a good resource for them – the harmony stuff in particular.”

Joanna Korzinek, Head of Music - Challoners High School

“Focus on Sound is a landmark resource . . . . none of the apps I have seen so far come close.”

David Ashworth, Education Consultant

“Musicfirst has been a timely and much welcomed addition to how I run music lessons and learning beyond the classroom. I am a firm believer in pupils accessing the highest quality materials and software: both of which are delivered by this platform. I am currently using it with in excess of 300 pupils across Key Stage 3 and 4 and this will double as of September this year, as I believe every pupil studying music benefits greatly from their own MusicFirst classroom.”

Danell Hughes , Head of Music – Wade Deacon School