Each term a varied programme of extra-curricular activities is offered to pupils, including Choir, Ukulele Club, Keyboard Club, Times Table Youtubers and Guitar Club. Due to the pandemic, our activities are presently paused, but we can’t wait to start up again as soon as it is safe to do so.
There are numerous performance opportunities during the school year and all pupils are encouraged to participate and to showcase their musical talents. Performance opportunities include assemblies, the Christmas Show/Nativity, Class termly performances, Talent Shows,
How parents can support their children
Encourage children to take music lessons and learn a musical instrument or/and how to sing
Encourage children to listen to a wide range of music – YouTube is a valuable resource
Encourage to engage in a musical activity inside or outside of school
Encourage children to attend concerts and to enjoy live music
Talk about music in the home – ask them to describe the style using musical vocabulary
Autumn 1 2020 Review
Since these units were taught, we have now moved to our new Music Curriculum; Lancashire Curriculum
Whole school: We all learned to sing ‘Down to the Allotment’ to celebrate our Harvest Festival.
Year 1: Lowrider – We have been learning how to speak and sing in time as well as use our moves to mimic car noises. We have learned to clap and play claves in time to a beat, and have learned to hold a ukulele the right way.