• Pupils gain enjoyment from music
  • Pupils have the opportunity: to learn a musical instrument; to perform music with others; to sing
  • Pupils listen to and appreciate a range of music; develop a musical vocabulary; understand the inter-related musical dimensions of pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and musical notations
  • Pupils create and compose music of their own
  • Pupils understand the use of technology to create/ perform music

Cultural Capital

In addition to curriculum lesson time there are:

Opportunities to sing:

  • KS2 Choir – Young Voices, The Big Sing
  • Music Concerts
  • Rock Steady
  • KS1 and KS2 shows
  • French Club

Opportunities to learn an instrument:

  • Year 3 – descant recorder
  • Year 4 – violin
  • Year 5 – brass
  • Year 6 Brass Group
  • Advanced Recorder Group
  • Individual lessons e.g. guitar, piano, flute etc.
  • Rock Steady – electric guitar, keyboard, drums

Opportunities to perform:

  • Musical assemblies
  • Rock Steady Concerts
  • End of term assemblies
  • Young Voices
  • The Big Sing
  • Instrumental groups at the start of Collective Worship
  • KS1 and KS2 shows
  • Christmas Fair
  • Concerts with Worcester Male Voice Choir

Opportunities to listen to music:

  • Collective Worship
  • Musical performances in school
  • music

If you would like any further information about our Music Curriculum at Whittington, please do not hesitate to contact the School.

Music Curriculum Lead – Mrs Alison Williams

Head of Curriculum – Mrs Kelly Leeming

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