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The National Curriculum for Music aims to ensure that children perform, listen to, review and evaluate music across a range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions, including the works of great composers and musicians. By understanding how music is created and produced (including the musical elements such as: dynamics, tempo, pitch and musical notation) children will acquire new skills: learn to sing with correct technique and also have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument that may not otherwise be available to them. A range of musical instruments are taught, including: untuned percussion instruments, boomwhackers, glockenspiel, keyboard, steel pans, recorders and ukelele.

Key Concepts

Through the following key concepts: Listen; Appraise; Compose and Perform, the Caedmon music curriculum makes certain that these disciplines are embedded to progress to the next level of musical development.

Please click here to see the music intent grid.

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