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Message from the Music Service- You can now log onto the Music Service online portal and access the free resources on there. Click on the link below and type in username and passwords. PLEASE do NOT change the passwords. 

You can access the online resources as follows:
1. Go to the website http://www.gmmusiconline.co.uk/yumu/login 
2. In the “Student login” section, type in your username and password. Click “login”
3. The work set will appear on the next page. Each unit of work is called an “Assignment” and the relevant resources will be inside this folder.
4. Click on the link to the “assignment” and the resources will appear on the right of the screen. Click on each one to access each individual resource.

The username and passwords are below.

Thank you 


Year 4
Username: p1168147
Password: phrase

Year 5
Username: p1168238
Password: chord

Year 6:

Username: p1053789

Password: tempo

Year 2;

 Username: p1053787

Password: phrase

Year 1:

Username: p10537867

Password: strawberry 


Username: p1174085
Password: harmony

Username: p1174177
Password:  chant 

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