Music Leader: Mrs G. Webster
Music Intent Statement

In Music, everyone has a voice! During their learning, children develop their musical skills, by performing in front of others, listening to a range of music and composing using instruments as well as their voices. The curriculum is delivered through standalone lessons, other foundation subjects and Collective Worship. At St Mark’s, we appreciate a wide variety of Music from various genres and other cultures, which enables the children to develop their musical aspirations. Our curriculum, which is supported by experts from the City Music Service, is progressive from Nursery to Year 6 and is built upon year on year to provide firm foundations for Music taught in Key Stage 3. Our ability to express ourselves uniquely is made possible by Music.

Music Policy, Plans & Maps
File Type Subject Date Posted
Music Curriculum Map Spring 2024
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Our thoughts on Music…

Music in action

Children from St Mark’s, often join together with other children from the Orchard Community Trust to perform:

This academic year, the Orchard Community Trust Choir made a music video (you can watch the video at the link at the bottom of this page):

At Easter, our choir performed at our Eucharist service at St Mark’s Church:

For the Platinum Jubilee, we celebrated Music from every decade that the Queen had been on the throne:

Home Learning

Listen to Music played in Assemblies, watch school productions and join in with some of your favourite songs from Mr Anderson’s lessons by visiting Mrs Webster’s YouTube

For more musical fun, children can also visit the City Music School’s YouTube channel:

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