• A rapidly widening repertoire which they use to create original, imaginative, fluent and distinctive composing and performance work.
• A musical understanding underpinned by high levels of aural perception, internalisation and knowledge of music, including high or rapidly developing levels of technical expertise.
• Very good awareness and appreciation of different musical traditions and genres.
• An excellent understanding of how musical provenance – the historical, social and cultural origins of music – contributes to the diversity of musical styles.
• The ability to give precise written and verbal explanations, using musical terminology effectively, accurately and appropriately.
• A passion for and commitment to a diverse range of musical activities.
How is Music taught at our school?
We have opted to use Charanga as a scheme of work to support our Music teaching in both schools.
Using Charanga, children have the opportunity to listen and appraise, compose and perform using a range of instruments. Charanga fulfils the National Curriculum requirements and demonstrates a clear progression of skills across the school. Performances are currently captured on Seesaw so that we are able to share with parents but we are also exploring using the online portal on the website itself.