Music is taught across the school following the ‘Charanga’ scheme of work.
Our EYFS provides opportunities to apply taught music knowledge in the children’s learning environment and investigate a range of musical instruments.
In Key Stage One, music is taught through the Charanga scheme, which gives our children the opportunity to use their voices expressively, learn a range of songs, play untuned instruments and develop their skills to appraise music.
In Key Stage 2 pupils continue to develop their music appreciation through the Charanga scheme.
Within our topics, pupils also have the opportunity to listen and appraise music and learn about composers, styles, traditions across historical periods.
Music plays an important part of our collective worship and the children enjoy singing a variety of songs as part of this.
Opportunities for parents to watch and join in with music are also embedded into our school. These include our church services where the adults are invited participate.