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Music Innovation Fund submission form

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Funding is open for submissions to round 2 of the Music Innovation Fund. As an initiative of the Music Education Strategy, the fund aims to create more opportunities for children and young people to participate in music education.

More than $500,000 is available this year for government schools and preschools, as well as music and creative industries and music organisations. We want to invest in innovative practices and programs that will increase access to quality music education across South Australia. Submissions must support and strengthen the public education system.

We encourage applications that demonstrate:

  • collaboration between sites and stakeholder groups
  • use of local expertise and community music education services
  • financial co-contributions. 

How to make a submission

Submissions close at 5pm, Friday 11 October 2019.

All applicants must complete a submission form. 

The form contains 6 sections. There are prompts and questions to help guide your submission to make sure it aligns with the Music Education Strategy criteria. Here is an example submission form (PDF 2157KB) if you're not sure where to start.  

Submissions can be made by either:

If using the online form, we suggest that you complete your submission in a Word document and then copy and paste into the form, to make sure your work isn't lost.

The department may discuss your submission with others, please let us know if you don't want us to do this.


If you have questions or need any help, contact a member of the music education strategy project team on Education.MusicStrategy [at] sa.gov.au or call 08 8226 1537.

Before you start

To work with children and young people in South Australian government educational sites and services you must have a current relevant history screening.

This includes a person engaged with Department for Education sites or services who:  

  • works with or in proximity to children on a regular basis
  • has access to records relating to children and young people, or
  • manages or supervises personnel undertaking those roles.

More information is available on our website.

Please acknowledge the following:

I will ensure all parties required to deliver this submission, particularly those who engage with children and young people, have appropriate training and clearance as required by the Department for Education. This may include, but is not limited to, DCSI Clearances, Working With Children’s Check, Responding to Abuse and Neglect Training.