This teacher talks about the characteristics, playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critic...
In the light of NC and OFSTED framework, should we teach Music?
KS2 sometimes change instruments as skills evolve. This is encouraged.
Vocal specialist explains the rationale behind 'Have you brought your voice?
Children are encouraged to respond to a question in contrasting voices.
Pupils play chants on instruments conducted by a pupil.
Children, conducted by the teacher, perform chants as a whole class.
Inspired by the music, children create chants for each character.
Linking instruments and characters.
Chime bars are used to perform rhythms created from food names.
Using food names, children improvise rhythms.
This student recounts her experience in participating in the extracurricular offer at the school.
This student recounts his experiences and motivations of learning music at school.
These pupils describe their experience of a song writing lesson recorded earlier that day. Despite the variance in in...
This Head of Music discusses the breadth of transferable skills he observes being developed in his students through m...
This Head of Music discusses her experiences working in a large secondary school.
An experienced Headteacher in a faith school discusses the facilitating conditions necessary to embed excellent music...
Composition and creativity can lead to varying outcomes within the same task.
It is often difficult to separate out the component parts of musical learning.
In this y8 classroom music lesson, the teacher encourages the class to map out ideas for arranging the song "Stand by...
This experienced teacher discusses her approach to communication with peripatetic staff in a busy department and offe...
This teacher discusses why she has chosen to engage with the Btec.
This experienced Head of Brass discusses his experiences of ensemble playing and motivation.
This teacher discusses an approach for students to choose the instrument for them.
These Whole Class Instrumental Teachers have brought all three year groups to the hall for a larger singing lesson.