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Music Curriculum Statement

"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."- Benjamin Franklin

 

"If children's entire school experience has been designed to push them through mark scheme hoops, rather than developing a deep body of knowledge, they will struggle in later life." Amanda Spielman

 

Pupils learn best through enjoyment and when they are engaged. We use practical led experiences to teach music. The development of musical skills follows the National Curriculum guidelines and is delivered by a music expert from Artforms.

 

  • Each lesson clearly sets out what pupils are expected to know at the end of each unit of teaching. Specific musical vocabulary is taught alongside the skills and knowledge.
  • To ensure a broad and balanced curriculum, the teaching of music is taught through a bespoke scheme of work and, where possible, is linked to the LCC or specific religious festivals to provide meaningful experiences for children.
  • The teaching of music shows clear progression and practical consistency, building on the  knowledge taught in previous years.
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