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Music plays a major part in the life of our school and children participate in a variety of musical activities as part of the curriculum, including singing, percussion and recorder playing. The music curriculum gives children opportunities to listen to music, appraise, improvise, compose and perform. Music is taught by a specialist teacher in KS2 and all children are given the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument. Through their participation in assemblies, masses and concerts, children are able to demonstrate their skills to live audiences with growing confidence.

Upcoming events

It's confirmed! Our school choir will be performing at the Young Voices 2023 concert at Manchester AO Arena. Our rehearsals have now begun and we will meet together weekly with Miss Bennett and Miss Mason to practise our songs. To find out more click here:

Meet our school choir


Beyond the curriculum
Children have the opportunity to...

- Play as part of a band with Rock Steady
(drums, guitar, bass, keyboard, vocals)
Sing as part of a choir
- Perform at large venues
(e.g. Young Voices)
- Sing in Church and during collective worship

- Rock Steady Concert 2022

"I love music, you sing songs and learn actions to them and you get to play instruments too! Our lessons have made me want to join a band!"
Year 1

"I love performing and singing. I want to sing more after a music lesson!
I can click my fingers and move in time with the pulse too."
Year 2

"We enjoy our lessons because music is another way to express yourself!"
Year 6


"Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything." - Plato