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- To build a musical curriculum which develops learning and results in the acquisition of knowledge and improved well-being.
- To promote a love of music and singing across a broadened curriculum.
- To know more, remember more and understand more.
- Clear and comprehensive scheme of work in line with the National Curriculum
- ´Teaching and learning should show progression across all key stages within the strands of music.
- Professional musicians with teaching experience to work with Years three and four.
- Children get access to being taught by real musicians (yearly).
- Peripatetic teachers to come into school and teach individual instruments to those children who wish to earn them.
- A love of playing an instrument promoted and encouraged in their ability to do so as a form of expression.
- Children will access extra- curricular musical participation opportunities such as choir, singing in the local community and Young Voices.
- Scope for children’s participation and wider opportunities for performing to greater audiences will be increased and therefore musical benefits greatened.
- Musical opportunities will be displayed in school and a whole school choir competition will be promoted and participated in.
- All children get experience of performing to a wider audience. Children will be aware of opportunities available and possibility of accessing them.
- Children will achieve age related expectations in music at the end of their cohort year.
- Children will retain knowledge that is pertinent to music.
- Children will have the opportunity to foster their instrumental flare and use this as a form of expression.
- Children will participate in wider musical activities.
- Opportunities for improved well-being and confidence will be increased.
- Children will gain wider audience performance experience.
- Children will have heightened awareness of musical opportunities available in and outside of school in the hope that access will be increased.