We believe that every child should be given the opportunity to access
musical education. Therefore every year group are taught the skills how
to play at least one instrument in particular, during their music
Reception pupils have weekly singing assemblies and will be introduced to percussion in these assemblies.
- Year 1: Singing Assemblies and music lessons
- Year 2: Singing Assemblies and music lessons
- Year 3: Recorder lessons delivered by the Music Service
- Year 4 : Tudor Music, Violin, drumming
- Year 5: Piano, Singing and Drums
- Year 6: Singing and composition lessons.
is an universal language for every child to access, including those
with Special Educational Needs and for every talented child to be given
the opportunity to exceed.
Children will be taught how to read
and write notes on the stave, compose, use ICT in Music, evaluate
performances, movement and how to look after instruments.
a highly important feature, with singing assemblies taking place
regularly. Music teaching will begin with the musical interests of the
children and scaffold to introduce World Music, Historical and
Lesson Planning will topically link with other subjects, in particular Maths and English.
also believe that every child should be given the opportunity to share
their learning in class via assemblies, concerts, federation events and
performances within the wider community.
Extra curricular clubs are also available and include choir, keyboard, ukulele and violin.
can see that Music is a valued subject at our academy! Any questions
regarding our Music Offer, please do not hesitate to ask to speak to me
via the front office.
Miss McLean: Music Teacher
Top Music Tips from Miss
How to hold the Recorder Correctly
Year 3 will be learning to play the Recorder this year! A
Teacher from the Hillingdon Music Service will teach them how to play
the Recorder clearly and how to recognise simple notation.
The children will have the exciting opportunity to become a marvellous
musician! Here is how to hold a recorder correctly;
- Hold the top of the Recorder with your left hand.
- Support the lower end of the Recorder with your right hand.
- Place the thumb on your left and cover the hole on the back
of the Recorder.
Top tips for singing clearly from Miss McLean
will be a lot of singing at WEPA, which is the best way to begin
exploring music. The children will have the exciting opportunity to
perform to friends and parents for the various concerts and events this
of Musical Events
- Sit up straight
- Smile and make sure you are pronouncing words correctly and in time.
- Sing up - without shouting, aim to sing to the back of the room you are in.
- Listen and copy the correct tune when singing.
|1st December 10:30 am –
||KS1 Singing Festival
- KS1 Choir
|1st December 5:30pm –
||Carol Service – KS2
Choir singing with the Hillingdon Brass Band in Uxbridge
|6th December 1:15pm –
||Kingsley Court Care
home for the Elderly Performance
|7th and 8th December
||Year 2 Carol Concert
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