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Music 

Vision

At Rushall Primary, the teaching and learning of Music will play a vital role in improving mental well-being and developing self-esteem, self-discipline and creativity. The skills involved in playing, composing and listening to different styles of music will help our children develop memory, co-ordination and resilience. Children will learn, sing and play songs to celebrate different cultures.

Through an inspiring curriculum of Music, we offer our children a wide range of experiences that will help to prepare them for Music beyond Rushall- giving them the skills to continue their passion for music throughout their school career and beyond. Children will learn to play a brass instrument (within Year 4 and up to Year 6), alongside a variety of other instruments throughout their time at Rushall. Children at Rushall will be given numerous opportunities to perform in a variety of settings, pushing boundaries and taking risks to allow them to experience a sense of achievement and pride.

Our Aims:

  • To provide opportunities for every child to express their thoughts and feelings through music.
  • To ensure that every child has the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument.
  • To teach children about a range of cultures through music, and ensure sound knowledge of music history.
  • To provide outstanding teaching that reaches every child, ensuring individual talents and abilities are nurtured and encouraged from the earliest possible point.
  • To develop communication and social skills through learning Makaton songs.
  • To promote enjoyment and aid memory in all areas of the curriculum through singing.
  • To promote enrichment opportunities and parental engagement through music.

Our Music lead is Miss Rebecca Fraser

Music Policy 

Music Curriculum Map (from January 2020)

Music Curriculum (from January 2020) - Coming Soon

Each pupil can learn: 

  • To learn to use their voices and sing in tune with other people
  • To recognise pulse and pitch
  • To play tuned and untuned musical instruments with control and sensitivity
  • To work collaboratively with others to create musical compositions, recognising how sounds combine together to make a final piece
  • To understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated, including through the inter-related dimensions: pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and appropriate musical notations
  • To develop knowledge of musical notation and how to compose music