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Music at Applecroft

Welcome to the Music page of the Applecroft website. Music is a key feature of our school and we aim to provide many opportunities for our children to thrive in this area.

 

Music Curriculum Intent

To instil a love of music in every child and to develop their confidence in music-making and performing.

To equip children with the knowledge, skills and experiences necessary to appreciate a range of music styles, enabling them to articulate their musical preferences.

To provide musical opportunities for pupils to make good progress, whatever their level of competence.

Learning the ukulele!

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Music at Home

 

Whilst children are learning from home, there are a number of ways in which they can continue their music development. The YV at Home section of the Young Voices website has lots of informative videos and tutorials that can be watched live on specific dates or visited in your own time. These have been created by some of the YV team, such as David the conductor and Andy from Urban Strides, as well as some of the special guests that have been involved in the YV concerts. You can download and print out song words so that the whole family can join in with a sing-along. There is a particularly good 'Isolation Warm Up' that can be sung in a round. You'll find it in 'Elevenses with Craig McLeish' that aired on 26th March, as well as his own version of the Mango song that we have sung in school. 

 

https://www.youngvoices.co.uk/yv-at-home/

 

Another wonderful home learning resource is the BBC's Ten Pieces at Home website. Here you will find weekly activities, each including a Ten Pieces musical film and a linked creative activity, such as writing a poem. This is a lovely way to continue the development of children's music learning and creativity whilst away from school. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382

 

You can also now visit the Sing Up at Home website where you will find a range of songs and activities to enjoy with the family. Learn the song of the week (including harmonies if you can) or find songs related to a specific topic. You can even learn some silly songs that are sure to brighten up your day!

Have fun!

 

https://www.singup.org/singupathome

Choir Challenge

 

Using the Mango Song tune, can you make up some new lyrics based on a completely different topic? It could be related to the lock down or something else entirely. I would love to see and even hear what you come up with so please email your lyrics or videos to school and they will be passed on to me. When we are back at choir, we can have a go at singing some of your creations!

Best wishes,

Mrs Keefe

Music Policy

Please select the Curriculum Map relevant to your child's year.
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