Music is regarded as an important part of our curriculum and provides children with opportunities to be creative, work and perform together and learn about the composers that influenced musical history. At our school, we are developing an ambitious approach to music teaching across all year groups; this includes a whole-class instrumental programme of learning, where every class has the opportunity to learn to play an instrument together for six weeks. Many of these opportunities are taught by class teachers to demonstrate a whole-school ethos towards musical development and instrumental learning.
Small group and individual instrumental tuition is also available at our school. These sessions are taught by experienced tutors provided to us by Plymouth Music Education Hub (keyboard and trumpet tuition) and Instrumental Music Services (guitar tuition).
We are committed to developing children’s life-long love of music and providing them with high-quality musical experiences.
We were lucky enough to have our music curriculum highlighted in the local Plymouth Chronicle. Please read the following article to find out more about the exciting musical experiences we offer.