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"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything" - Plato

music curriculum intent

music Curriculum overview

Year

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Reception

Finding the Beat

 

Celebration Music

 

Exploring Sound

 

Music and Movement

 

Musical Stories

 

Big Band

Year 1

All About Me: Pulse and Rhythm

Under the Sea: Musical Vocabulary

Fairytales: Timbre and Rhythmic Patterns

Superheroes: Pitch and Tempo

Year 2

Animals: African Call and Response

Traditional Western Stories: Orchestral Instruments

Musical Me: Composition

Myths and Legends: Composition with Structure

Year 3

Ballads

The Vikings: Developing Singing Technique

Chinese New Year: Pentatonic Melodies and Composition

India: Traditional Instruments and Improvisation

Year 4

Rainforests: Body and Tuned Percussion

Rivers: Changes in Pitch, Tempo and Dynamics

South America: Samba and Carnival Sounds and Instruments

Romans: Adapting and Transposing Motifs

Year 5

1 Hour Lesson every week with a Musica Kirklees Music Specialist Tutor for all to learn to play an instrument (Ukulele) and associated music knowledge / skills.

Year 6

Advanced Rhythms

Fingal’s Cave: Dynamics, Pitch and Texture

Pop Art: Theme and Variation

Composing and Performing a Leaver’s Song

News

Thursday 2nd February - Class 4 and 5 Singing Workshops from Bradford Cathedral Music Department - This afternoon, all children in Class 4 and Class 5 took part in a singing workshop provided by Dr Ed Jones from Bradford Cathedral. They learned how to develop their singing technique and practised singing some new songs together as a group. They also all received a 'golden ticket', inviting them to attend Bradford Cathedral's 'Cathedral Sing!' event on the 25th February. 'Cathedral Sing!' is an open event hosted by Bradford Cathedral, where children and their parents from across Bradford and the surrounding area are invited to participate in singin workshops and find out more about singing with the Cathedral's choirs. It is open to all children from Year 2 to Year 5. If you would like to take your child along you can find out more by visiting the Bradford Cathedral website at www.bradfordcathedral.org.uk.  

 

Friday 16th December - Whole School Orchestra Experience from Musica Kirklees Staff Orchestra - The whole school was treated to a recital by the Musica Kirklees Staff Orchestra in the school hall. They performed several songs from a variety of genres, including a colourful interactive version of Papageno's Song from the Magic Flute by Mozart, and "You'll Be Back" from the West End muscial, "Hamilton". Children were introduced to the instruments of the orchestra and learned how they were played, how they sounded, and how they were grouped together. The performance was completed with a special rendition of "Merry Christmas Everyone" featuring the Scholes Village Primary School Staff!

Monday 12th December - School Choir Carol Singing at Tesco's, Cleckheaton - Representatives from the school choir sang carols for an hour in the foyer at Tesco's and managed to raise an amazing £135.94 towards paying for the coaches to take them to the Mrs Sunderland Festival in February.

Thursday 8th December - Christmas Celebration in Church - Years 1 to 6 performed songs from their Christmas Productions in St Philip and St James Church, while the choir sang two of their favourite carols - "Away in a Manger" and "Ding Dong Merrily on High". Reverend Sally got the whole church up and rocking to the Year 6 favourite - "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"!

Wednesday 7th December - School Choir Carol Singing with the PTA round the log cabin - The school choir had been invited to lead some carol singing to accompany the PTA awareness event at the log cabin after school. While the PTA served up hot chocolate, the choir sang old favourites such as 'Deck the Halls' and 'Silent Night' to raise money to pay for coaches to take them to the Mrs Sunderland Music Festival in February, 

Friday 11th November - Remembrance Event in the School Playground - The children learned "We Will Remember" to sing for parents and friends who were invited to join us for a Remembrance Day event in the school playground. Each class showed something they had created and performed a specially rehearsed poem. The drama club had prepared a short play and the school choir performed "A Wish for Peace".

Thursday 13th October - Harvest Celebration at Church - The children learned a variety of songs in their weekly singing assembly to sing at St Philip and St James Church. Family and friends were invited to join us and hear the children sing Harvest time classics such as 'Cauliflowers Fluffy' and 'Harvest Samba'!

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