Music for Education & Learning

I Like Music is the only commercial music platform licensed for use in education and other learning environments.

ILM for Education is the only music for schools streaming resource fully licensed for education, giving students and teachers access to our world-famous collection of commercial music – legally and securely.

Music for Schools, Colleges and Universities

Whether you’d like to reinforce topics with popular tracks, fill the dance floor at a school disco or play background music in a reception area, our music database has an unrivalled collection of music to meet your needs.

Benefits of Music for Education Clients:

  • Unlimited streaming
  • Access from any internet connected device
  • Safe, secure and legal with no advertising
  • Every UK Top 40 chart hit ever
  • A wide selection of genres including folk. classical, world music and more
  • Updated daily with new releases
  • Easy access via username and password or school-wide, password-less access via IP range
  • Log in from home for lesson preparation

Features of ILM Education:

  • PG filter enabled, excluding tracks labelled as explicit (optional)
  • Create, save and share playlists
  • Embed music into PowerPoint presentations
  • Simple search facility and wide range of playlists

Preview the library or fill out the contact form below for a free week’s trial!

Please note If you play music outside of the classroom environment, you must have a license for public performance from PRS and PPL. These are available from The Centre for Education and Finance Management.  For the avoidance of doubt, no performance licenses come with the tracks downloaded from I Like Music.

“You will struggle to find any library that will contain this wealth of music; A wonderful, value for money resource!”

Claire Boswell, Music Teacher, Trinity Fields

“A safe and secure resource… our boys love it!”

Sean McWilliam, Head of Commercial Music, Harrow School

“This is a great resource! I often use it during song writing classes to reference songs and productions”

Martin Isherwood, Head of Music, Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts