SUBJECTSMusic

The teaching of music is based upon the fact that it is a creative and social art to be enjoyed.
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AT THE HEART OF OUR MUSIC CURRICULUM ISEncouraging creativity
& learning skills

Teaching music can have numerous benefits for primary school children from helping with behaviour and confidence to encouraging creativity and learning skills that can be used across many subjects. Children have the opportunity to enjoy musical experiences through listening, singing, movement and dance and by playing tuned and un-tuned percussion. At St. Paul’s we use Charanga, a music scheme, throughout the whole school to allow for clear progression. Teachers use engaging and exciting whiteboard resources for every lesson.

What will you learn?

Year 4 pupils learn to play the ukulele
Years 3 to 6 are also offered tuition in learning to play the drums, guitar and violin by the County Peripatetic Music Staff. Pupils are able to learn an instrument as part of a rock band through Rocksteady Music.
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MUSICCreative Arts Evening

In the summer term, St. Paul’s holds a Creative Arts evening, where children who have been learning an instrument can perform in front of an audience and show off their talents.  This is a spectacular evening, enjoyed by parents, carers, grandparents and governors.

For several years, St. Paul’s has had a wonderful school choir which sings at a number of places e.g. at a residential home for the elderly, at St. Paul’s church, at Bedworth Civic Hall and at Resorts World in Birmingham. The school has also taken part in Young Voices along with around 6000 other school children to become the largest choir concert in the world.  Our children have always enjoyed this experience – a truly breath-taking experience.

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Knowledge Organisers

Knowledge Skills

Musical Progression

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AT THE HEART OF OUR MUSIC CURRICULUM ISEncouraging creativity
& learning skills

Teaching music can have numerous benefits for primary school children from helping with behaviour and confidence to encouraging creativity and learning skills that can be used across many subjects. Children have the opportunity to enjoy musical experiences through listening, singing, movement and dance and by playing tuned and un-tuned percussion. At St. Paul’s we use Charanga, a music scheme, throughout the whole school to allow for clear progression. Teachers use engaging and exciting whiteboard resources for every lesson.
Contact Us

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