We follow the 'Sparkyard' music curriculum as recommended by the model music curriculum. https://www.sparkyard.com/
Music serves all kinds of purposes, and it is constantly around us. Specifically, enjoyment of music is a large part of our society and popular culture. Music can be a powerful bridge to cultural understanding, acceptance, tolerance and mutual well-being. Music lessons are the perfect place to start to embrace and integrate diversity.
We aim for all of our children to feel ‘musical’ and to develop a life-long love of music.
We focus on the skills, knowledge and understanding that children need to become confident performers, composers and listeners.
We intend our curriculum to introduce children to music from all around the world and across generations, teaching children to respect and appreciate the music of all traditions and communities.
We work closely with Trafford Music Service to offer a range of music opportunities in school. In addition, Trafford Music Service offers a range of musical opportunities at their music centre in Sale including a Free KS2 choir on a Monday evening and many other instrumental ensembles. For more information visit: Timetable | Trafford Music Service.
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Music Curriculum Overview - Sparkyard
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