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C of E Primary School

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Our Music Curriculum

Our Music Manager is Mrs Everitt

 

Welcome to the Music page!

 

Intent

Music is an intrinsic part of our curriculum at All Saints C of E Primary School, we strive to create a culture that is inclusive and engages all pupils. We aim to deliver high-quality teaching and learning opportunities that enable all children to achieve their personal best. We provide a safe and supportive environment for all children to flourish in a range of different musical activities throughout their time at School where they do not fear making mistakes or getting it wrong.

Our curriculum engages pupils, developing a love of learning and a thirst for musical knowledge. Children are encouraged to show their musical talents throughout the curriculum, from writing their own lyrics to songs to performing Christmas Carols.  

Children develop the knowledge, skills and competence to excel in a wide variety of musical tasks. Children have the opportunity to participate in a range of curricular and extra-curricular activities. These include Piano lessons, Rocksteady Assemblies and Choir Club.

We wish to inspire a generation who love Music, not only for their musical enjoyment but understand the benefits of Music with regards to well-being.

 

Implementation:

At All Saints C of E Primary, we provide challenging and enjoyable learning through a range of musical activities which include writing lyrics, creating their own songs, making music to fit a genre or theme and understanding tempo and pitch.

  • Pupils participate in a variety musical tasks in Topic lessons.
  • The long-term plan for Music sets out the Musical progression which is to be taught throughout the year and ensures that the requirements of the National Curriculum are fully met.
  • All teachers have access to support and guidance on ways to meet the National Curriculum objectives for Music to ensure that progression is covered through FS to Year 6.
  • Children have the opportunity to attend Choir Club throughout the year from FS to KS2.
  • We provide children with opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities through after school clubs and tuition, these are inclusive, enjoyable and increase children’s knowledge and understanding in Music.
  • We invite parents in to Musical events, alongside other members of our community to help broaden our children’s experiences with Music from different cultural backgrounds.
  • Children are encouraged to share their Musical talents with their class and any outside competitions in which they may participate.
  • We aim to provide opportunities for children to attend Musical Competitions outside of school and as a school share in their successes.

 

Impact:

At All Saints C of E Primary School, we ensure that our Music curriculum is progressive and allows children to develop fundamental skills and apply them to a variety of situations and tasks across the Curriculum as they move from FS to Year 6.

Music has a significant impact in the classroom, from the calming music played at the start of the day or after lunch, to well-being tasks completed whilst listening to music. Music enables children to consider their thoughts and feelings and manage them effectively. Music provides a positive impact on the learning taking place in the classroom.

Children can represent the school at local events and competitions. Achievements both in and out of school are shared in Celebration Assembly. All pupils understand the role that Music has to play in their daily lives and how a song can alter how they feel at any given moment.

We aim for all Year 6 pupils to leave school with the skills and Musical knowledge to equip them for life beyond Primary School.

 

At Home:

If your child takes part in any musical activities outside of school please do let their class teacher know so we can celebrate their achievements. 

 

Take a look at this list of websites and games:

Some of our children have been taking part in Rocksteady Music Lessons. These are run through an outside agency called Rocksteady. Children get to be part of a band, either drumming, vocals, keyboards or on a guitar. 

Here are some views of the children who attend Rocksteady sessions on Tuesday. 

 

"Working together we have fun, it's a good experience" Year 4 child

"Jack is a great teacher, he welcomes you in" Year 3 Child

"We are learning different notes like E and A" Year 4 Child

"I like to play music" Year 4 Child

"We get to play different songs" Year 4 Child

"I want to be a popstar, so this is practice" Year 4 Child 

Choir

Choir will be running in Terms 5 and 6. 

Children who were invited to Choir in Term 2 will be re-issued with letters at the end of Term 4. 

Any spaces will then be offered to those children on the waiting list. 

 

If you have any questions regarding Choir, please speak to Miss Everitt. 

World Music Day 

Do you know that it is World Music Day on June 21st 2022. 

As part of World Music Day, each year group will get the opportunity to experience music from a different country from around the world. 

Why not participate in some Music based events at home? You could have a Karaoke night, or hold your very own BGT auditions. 

We would love to see the video if you do. 

LKS2 Production

In Term 4, our LKS2 children put on a fantastic performance of 'Back through the Ages', based around four key time periods in History, the children travelled back through the ages and met some exciting characters. The children very much enjoyed putting on the performance and parents enjoyed the show too. Here is what the children had to say:

 

'I love the show, I don't want to stop doing it' - Year 3 Child 

'I am so excited, I even play the part of a stone age person' - Year 3 Child 

'I am a strict school teacher, but my lines are also funny' Year 4 Child 

 

The LKS2 children would like to give a special thanks to anyone who helped bring the show together and make it a success. 

Rocksteady Concerts

Rocksteady Video Concerts

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Take a listen and enjoy our fabulous Rock Bands

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Year 5 6.wmv

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