Music 

                                         

 Children at Christ Church learn to sing, play an instrument and play music together. They are offered a range of experiences in music, which gives them the opportunity to progress their musical interests and talents. Music helps gives young people an opportunity to express themselves, to explore their creativity, to work hard at something, persevere and shine. At Christ Church we enjoy sharing our pupils talents through concerts, assemblies, performances and whole school events. All children have the opportunity to work with a music specialist throughout the year.

 

 

Intent

The National Curriculum for music aims to ensure that all pupils: 

 Perform, listen to, review and evaluate music.

Be taught to sing, create and compose music.

Understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.

 

By the end of Reception children will be able to 

Sing a range of well-known nursery rhymes and songs

Perform songs, rhymes, poems and stories with others and try to move in time to the music.

 

By the end of Key Stage 1 children will be able to

Use their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes

Play tuned and untuned instruments musically

Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the interrelated dimensions of music

 

By the end of Key Stage 2 children will be able to

Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression

Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the interrelated dimensions of music

Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory

Use and understand staff and other musical notations

Appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians

Develop an understanding of the history of music

 

 

 

What are the characteristics of a good musician?

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.

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Knowledge Organisers

 

Integral to our high-quality curriculum, children use knowledge organisers to help develop a deeper understanding and to perform increasingly complex skills. Introduced at the beginning of a topic we use them as a point of reference throughout to help children gain, retain and build the knowledge and skills as set out in our well sequenced music curriculum.

Click on the links below to view our knowledge organisers for Music.

Autumn 1

Key Stage 1 

Year  1 - Hey You

Year 1 and 2 - Hands Feet Heart 

 

Key Stage 2 

Year 3 - Violin lessons with Music Specialist

Year 3 / 4 - Flute Lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Mamamia

Year 5 - Music Specialist to work with class

Year 6 - Happy

 

Autumn 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Rhythm in the Way we Walk

Year 1 and 2  -  Ho Ho Ho

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Glockenspiels 1

Year 3 / 4  - Flute lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Glockenspiels 2

Year 5 - Classroom Jazz 1 

Year 6 - Classroom Jazz 2

 

 

 

 

Spring 1

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - In the Groove 

Year 1 and 2 - I Wanna Play in a Band 

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Three Little Birds 

Year 3/4 -  Flute lesson with music specialist

Year 4/5 - Stop!

Year 5 - Make you Feel my Love 

Year 6 - New Year Carol

Spring 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Round and Round

Year 1 and 2 - Zoo Time

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Violin lesson with the Music Specialist 

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Lean On Me

Year 5 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Year 6 - You've Got A Friend In Me

 

 

Summer 1

Keystage 1

Year 1 Music Specialist to work with the class

Friendship Song Year 1 and 2

Keystage 2

Year 3 Violin lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Blackbird Year 4 and 5

Dancing in the Street Year 5

Music and Me Year 6

 

Summer 2

All classes - Reflect  Revise  Replay

 Music 

                                         

 Children at Christ Church learn to sing, play an instrument and play music together. They are offered a range of experiences in music, which gives them the opportunity to progress their musical interests and talents. Music helps gives young people an opportunity to express themselves, to explore their creativity, to work hard at something, persevere and shine. At Christ Church we enjoy sharing our pupils talents through concerts, assemblies, performances and whole school events. All children have the opportunity to work with a music specialist throughout the year.

 

 

Intent

The National Curriculum for music aims to ensure that all pupils: 

 Perform, listen to, review and evaluate music.

Be taught to sing, create and compose music.

Understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.

 

By the end of Reception children will be able to 

Sing a range of well-known nursery rhymes and songs

Perform songs, rhymes, poems and stories with others and try to move in time to the music.

 

By the end of Key Stage 1 children will be able to

Use their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes

Play tuned and untuned instruments musically

Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the interrelated dimensions of music

 

By the end of Key Stage 2 children will be able to

Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression

Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the interrelated dimensions of music

Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory

Use and understand staff and other musical notations

Appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians

Develop an understanding of the history of music

 

 

 

What are the characteristics of a good musician?

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.

Curriculum Map

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Progression Document

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Embedded Knowldege

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Knowledge Organisers

 

Integral to our high-quality curriculum, children use knowledge organisers to help develop a deeper understanding and to perform increasingly complex skills. Introduced at the beginning of a topic we use them as a point of reference throughout to help children gain, retain and build the knowledge and skills as set out in our well sequenced music curriculum.

Click on the links below to view our knowledge organisers for Music.

Autumn 1

Key Stage 1 

Year  1 - Hey You

Year 1 and 2 - Hands Feet Heart 

 

Key Stage 2 

Year 3 - Violin lessons with Music Specialist

Year 3 / 4 - Flute Lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Mamamia

Year 5 - Music Specialist to work with class

Year 6 - Happy

 

Autumn 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Rhythm in the Way we Walk

Year 1 and 2  -  Ho Ho Ho

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Glockenspiels 1

Year 3 / 4  - Flute lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Glockenspiels 2

Year 5 - Classroom Jazz 1 

Year 6 - Classroom Jazz 2

 

 

 

 

Spring 1

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - In the Groove 

Year 1 and 2 - I Wanna Play in a Band 

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Three Little Birds 

Year 3/4 -  Flute lesson with music specialist

Year 4/5 - Stop!

Year 5 - Make you Feel my Love 

Year 6 - New Year Carol

Spring 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Round and Round

Year 1 and 2 - Zoo Time

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Violin lesson with the Music Specialist 

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Lean On Me

Year 5 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Year 6 - You've Got A Friend In Me

 

 

Summer 1

Keystage 1

Year 1 Music Specialist to work with the class

Friendship Song Year 1 and 2

Keystage 2

Year 3 Violin lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Blackbird Year 4 and 5

Dancing in the Street Year 5

Music and Me Year 6

 

Summer 2

All classes - Reflect  Revise  Replay

 Music 

                                         

 Children at Christ Church learn to sing, play an instrument and play music together. They are offered a range of experiences in music, which gives them the opportunity to progress their musical interests and talents. Music helps gives young people an opportunity to express themselves, to explore their creativity, to work hard at something, persevere and shine. At Christ Church we enjoy sharing our pupils talents through concerts, assemblies, performances and whole school events. All children have the opportunity to work with a music specialist throughout the year.

 

 

Intent

The National Curriculum for music aims to ensure that all pupils: 

 Perform, listen to, review and evaluate music.

Be taught to sing, create and compose music.

Understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.

 

By the end of Reception children will be able to 

Sing a range of well-known nursery rhymes and songs

Perform songs, rhymes, poems and stories with others and try to move in time to the music.

 

By the end of Key Stage 1 children will be able to

Use their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes

Play tuned and untuned instruments musically

Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the interrelated dimensions of music

 

By the end of Key Stage 2 children will be able to

Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression

Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the interrelated dimensions of music

Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory

Use and understand staff and other musical notations

Appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians

Develop an understanding of the history of music

 

 

 

What are the characteristics of a good musician?

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.

Curriculum Map

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Progression Document

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Embedded Knowldege

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Knowledge Organisers

 

Integral to our high-quality curriculum, children use knowledge organisers to help develop a deeper understanding and to perform increasingly complex skills. Introduced at the beginning of a topic we use them as a point of reference throughout to help children gain, retain and build the knowledge and skills as set out in our well sequenced music curriculum.

Click on the links below to view our knowledge organisers for Music.

Autumn 1

Key Stage 1 

Year  1 - Hey You

Year 1 and 2 - Hands Feet Heart 

 

Key Stage 2 

Year 3 - Violin lessons with Music Specialist

Year 3 / 4 - Flute Lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Mamamia

Year 5 - Music Specialist to work with class

Year 6 - Happy

 

Autumn 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Rhythm in the Way we Walk

Year 1 and 2  -  Ho Ho Ho

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Glockenspiels 1

Year 3 / 4  - Flute lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Glockenspiels 2

Year 5 - Classroom Jazz 1 

Year 6 - Classroom Jazz 2

 

 

 

 

Spring 1

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - In the Groove 

Year 1 and 2 - I Wanna Play in a Band 

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Three Little Birds 

Year 3/4 -  Flute lesson with music specialist

Year 4/5 - Stop!

Year 5 - Make you Feel my Love 

Year 6 - New Year Carol

Spring 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Round and Round

Year 1 and 2 - Zoo Time

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Violin lesson with the Music Specialist 

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Lean On Me

Year 5 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Year 6 - You've Got A Friend In Me

 

 

Summer 1

Keystage 1

Year 1 Music Specialist to work with the class

Friendship Song Year 1 and 2

Keystage 2

Year 3 Violin lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Blackbird Year 4 and 5

Dancing in the Street Year 5

Music and Me Year 6

 

Summer 2

All classes - Reflect  Revise  Replay

 Music 

                                         

 Children at Christ Church learn to sing, play an instrument and play music together. They are offered a range of experiences in music, which gives them the opportunity to progress their musical interests and talents. Music helps gives young people an opportunity to express themselves, to explore their creativity, to work hard at something, persevere and shine. At Christ Church we enjoy sharing our pupils talents through concerts, assemblies, performances and whole school events. All children have the opportunity to work with a music specialist throughout the year.

 

 

Intent

The National Curriculum for music aims to ensure that all pupils: 

 Perform, listen to, review and evaluate music.

Be taught to sing, create and compose music.

Understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.

 

By the end of Reception children will be able to 

Sing a range of well-known nursery rhymes and songs

Perform songs, rhymes, poems and stories with others and try to move in time to the music.

 

By the end of Key Stage 1 children will be able to

Use their voices expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes

Play tuned and untuned instruments musically

Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the interrelated dimensions of music

 

By the end of Key Stage 2 children will be able to

Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression

Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the interrelated dimensions of music

Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory

Use and understand staff and other musical notations

Appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians

Develop an understanding of the history of music

 

 

 

What are the characteristics of a good musician?

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.

Curriculum Map

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Zoom:

Progression Document

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Zoom:

Embedded Knowldege

of
Zoom:

Knowledge Organisers

 

Integral to our high-quality curriculum, children use knowledge organisers to help develop a deeper understanding and to perform increasingly complex skills. Introduced at the beginning of a topic we use them as a point of reference throughout to help children gain, retain and build the knowledge and skills as set out in our well sequenced music curriculum.

Click on the links below to view our knowledge organisers for Music.

Autumn 1

Key Stage 1 

Year  1 - Hey You

Year 1 and 2 - Hands Feet Heart 

 

Key Stage 2 

Year 3 - Violin lessons with Music Specialist

Year 3 / 4 - Flute Lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Mamamia

Year 5 - Music Specialist to work with class

Year 6 - Happy

 

Autumn 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Rhythm in the Way we Walk

Year 1 and 2  -  Ho Ho Ho

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Glockenspiels 1

Year 3 / 4  - Flute lessons with Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Glockenspiels 2

Year 5 - Classroom Jazz 1 

Year 6 - Classroom Jazz 2

 

 

 

 

Spring 1

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - In the Groove 

Year 1 and 2 - I Wanna Play in a Band 

 

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Three Little Birds 

Year 3/4 -  Flute lesson with music specialist

Year 4/5 - Stop!

Year 5 - Make you Feel my Love 

Year 6 - New Year Carol

Spring 2

Key Stage 1

Year 1 - Round and Round

Year 1 and 2 - Zoo Time

Key Stage 2

Year 3 - Violin lesson with the Music Specialist 

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 4 / 5 - Lean On Me

Year 5 - The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Year 6 - You've Got A Friend In Me

 

 

Summer 1

Keystage 1

Year 1 Music Specialist to work with the class

Friendship Song Year 1 and 2

Keystage 2

Year 3 Violin lesson with the Music Specialist

Year 3/4 Flute lesson with the Music Specialist

Blackbird Year 4 and 5

Dancing in the Street Year 5

Music and Me Year 6

 

Summer 2

All classes - Reflect  Revise  Replay