I liked learning how to make my own sounds- Gracie (Y1)
We get to play on the percussion instruments - Samuel (Y2)
I enjoy learning to sing new songs - Amelia (Y3)
I enjoy listening to different kinds of music and learning to play on the glockenspiel - Lottie (Y4)
I enjoy music because it has helped me learn for the future if I become a musician - Mia (Y5)
I enjoy learning new things in Music which I haven't learnt before - Helena (Y6)
".Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song."
"Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth, burst into jubilant song with music"
The following documents regarding our Music Curriculum can be accessed via the links below.
To view which units are covered across school, at a glance, please click the link below:
To see more detail about what is covered in each unit, please click the link below. This will open our Curriculum Map, which shows how our curriculum meets the requirements of the National Curriculum.
To gain an insight into the vocabulary that the children are exposed to and use as they progress through the school from EYFS to Year 6, please click the link below:
To see the way our children learn and develop as Musicians as they journey through each Key Stage, please click the link below. The Progression Document details the National Curriculum strands for Music (Listening, Composing, Performing and the History of Music- Key Stage Two), providing an overview of the skills covered in each year group and strand and how these skills are developed through our Music Curriculum. The Inter-related dimensions of music is an overarching strand which runs throughout our entire curriculum, and there is a progression of knowledge document included for our Inter-related dimensions of music strand.
Our Music Curriculum significantly enhances our children's cultural capital. This document captures the list of songs, artists, composers, genres, periods and traditions covered in our curriculum, which exposes our children to artists and songs from the 17th century right up to the contemporary era.
Music Songs, Artists and Composers 22 23
We love to read across all curriculum areas! Have a look at some of our Music texts below:
Our Music, SMSC and British Values document provides an overview of how our Music curriculum provides opportunities for our children to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally, as well as develop their understanding and respect for the Fundamental British values.
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