However, it has been notices that there have been developments of significant change in the manner in which the school of music is being considered by the informants or younger age and older age (Marilyn, 2009). Those who had the experience through the music education in traditional ways, had been the ones gaining very little out of it and in general sense, had been accumulating feelings of being alienated in the duration of their lessons within their class. The popular skills of music these students had been acquiring were not being encouraged and not even recognized by the teachers. As a contrasting view, the response of the younger ones to the interview with respect to the new education of music had been far more appreciative in comparison with the older ones. This had been due to the fact that the teachers of post- National Curriculum focused on the development of increased inclusive attitudes and practices were held for supporting the students and encouraging them within the premises of the school itself. While no doubt can be casted over these findings, it can be stated that the experience of all students had not been reflected (Marilyn, 2009). It has also been found that those who focused on acquiring their skills by the informal form of learning end up becoming teachers. Hence, this can be considered as a positive point with respect to the informal way of learning that has not been reflected.