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At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

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Whole School Attendance

The schools total attendance is currently at:

90.6% (Since September 2020)

Overview

MUSIC

Subject content PLAN

 

Voices

Instruments

Listen

Experiment with sound

And appreciate recorded music

Y1

Learning through percussion instruments and songs

 

AUT

 

 

Songs taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, year 1 singing Express, Singing Sherlock books

Children learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques) through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs.

Instrumental pieces taken from Charanga, or song phrases from the song they are learning.

Children learn the names of the instruments on the percussion trolley and how to play them with self control using short rhythms with awareness of duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

 

Children start to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and performances) and good listening skills.

 

The children listen to various styles of music using the charanga scheme for year 1. They comment on what they like or feel about the song (including the mood created) and any musical elements including what instruments they hear.

 

SPR

 

The children start to learn through question and answer phrase how to play the djembe in class groups and paired groups ready for compositional tasks.

They add djembe rhythms to some of the songs that they have learnt (2 Part playing).

 

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques using more challenging songs and pieces

 

SUM

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques using more challenging songs and pieces.

Songs taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, year 1 singing Express, Singing Sherlock books.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works  and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs.

The children continue to learn how to play the Djembe using some notation: Quavers, Crotchets, minims and semibreves using the rhythm words. They also learn auditory using

 rhythms and phrases from the songs they are learning.

They are continuing to learn how to be aware of other parts around them and how to play with self control.

They also learn auditory using rhythms and phrases from the songs they are learning.

They are continuing to learn how to be aware of other parts around them and how to play with self control. 

The children listen to various styles of music using the charanga scheme for year 1and BBC ten pieces trailblazers. They comment on what they like or feel about the song (including the mood created) and any musical elements including what instruments they hear

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques using more challenging songs and pieces.

 

 

Learning through percussion, instrument, recorder and songs

Y2

AUT

 

 

Songs taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, year 2 singing Express, Singing Sherlock books

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques) through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group.

 

Instrumental pieces taken from Charanga recorder scheme.

The children start to read music using the pieces from Charanga: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims and quavers for the notes B and A.

The children continue to learn how to play with self control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and performances) and good listening skills.

 

They Start to perform in small groups and comment on their performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

SPR

Consolidation from Autumn 1 using different pieces and songs.

Children start to experiment more with complex rhythms through compositional techniques: Word phrases, Short questions and answers.

Children are able to play short melodies using B,A,G on the recorder using dotted minims, minims, crotchets, quavers.

 

 

 

SUM

Songs, call and responses, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works, starting to sing in phrases.,

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Charanga recorder scheme and other tutor recorder books.

The children continue to read music: Treble clef, stave, crotchets, minims and quavers for the notes B and A, G, F, E, D and C. 

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics, to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  and good listening skills, to rehearse and perform in small groups and comment on each others performances: likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

During this term I will use more challenging pieces and songs and the children will start to experiment more with complex rhythms through compositional techniques: Word phrases, Short questions and answers.

 

 

learning through percussion instruments, recorder and song

Y3

AUT

 

 

 

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques), starting to sing in phrases (musical sentences), remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Charanga recorder scheme and other tutor recorder books.

The children start to read music using the pieces from Charanga: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims and quavers for the notes B and A, G, F, E, D and C.

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and performances) and good listening skills.

 

They Start to rehearse and perform in small groups and comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

SPR

 

 

 

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques.

SUM

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works  and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm, to sing in phrases, remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Charanga recorder scheme and other tutor recorder books.

The children continue to read music using the pieces from Charanga: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims and quavers for the notes B and A, G, F, E, D and C. 

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and performances) and good listening skills. 

 

They continue to rehearse and perform and compose in small groups and comment on each others performances: likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

 

Learning through Percussion, Yukelele, keyboard and songs

Y4

AUT

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques), starting to sing in phrases (musical sentences), remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group including drones and bass lines in order to start to create harmony.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Charanga yukelele scheme and other tutor yukelele books plus play along yukelele videos from Youtube.

The children start to read tab music and chords using the pieces from Charanga: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quavers for the chords C and F and possibly G.

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and performances) and good listening skills.

 

They Start to rehearse and perform in small groups and comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

SPR

 

Introduction to Keyboard melodies using the right hand only. Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques.

 

 

SUM

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques.

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works  and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm, starting to sing in phrases, remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group. They will start to create harmony using rounds or short echo techniques.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Charanga yukelele scheme and other tutor yukelele books plus play along yukelele videos from Youtube.

The children start to read tab music and chords using the pieces from Charanga: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quavers for the chords C and F and Am and G and possibly D. 

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (whole class rehearsal and small group compositional tasks with performances) and good listening skills.

They continue to comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

 

learning through percussion, Keyboard and songs

Y5

AUT

 

 

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques), singing in phrases (musical sentences), Good Diction, remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group including drones and bass lines in order to start to sing harmony.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Various Keyboard tutor books or resources on line or created by Mrs Sands.

The children continue to read treble clef using the pieces in 5 finger positions: Treble clef, stave, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quavers C, D, E, F, G.

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics They work with a partner (mixed ability pairs) who will constantly assess and help them to play fluently and accurately in notation and rhythm.

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (paired work and also class performances) and good listening skills.

 

They rehearse and perform either in pairs or individually and comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

SPR

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SUM

 

 

 

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques for all four classes (2 classes in summer 1 and 2 during summer 2)

Y6

AUT

Learning through Percussion, Keyboard and songs

Songs, rounds and warm up games are taken from Singing Connections, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques), singing in phrases (musical sentences), Good Diction, remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs for their year group including drones and bass lines in order to start to sing harmony.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Various Keyboard tutor books or resources on line or created by Mrs Sands.

The children continue to read treble clef and also the bass clef. The pieces will have more challenging rhythms and some movement in the treble clef whilst the bass part will be playing chords either block or broken or vamped. : Treble clef, bass clef, stave, chords, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quavers C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C. in the right hand but with the left hand playing chord patterns (usually 4 chord patterns).

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics

They work with a partner (mixed ability pairs) who will constantly assess and help them to play fluently and accurately in notation and rhythm.

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques  (paired work and also class performances) and good listening skills.

 

They rehearse and perform either in pairs or individually and comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc.

 

SPR

 

 

 

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques.

SUM

Consolidation using different songs, instrumental pieces and composing techniques.

 

Songs, rounds and warm up games using the topic of film or special events in the calender year are taken from, Sing up, Singing Sherlock books and Charanga.

Children continue to learn how their vocal instrument works (good posture and awareness of their own sound through listening) and how to produce a good sound using their diaphragm (good breathing techniques), singing in phrases (musical sentences), Good Diction, remembering melodies through warm ups, rounds, call and response songs and other songs including drones and bass lines to sing harmony.

 

Instrumental pieces are taken from Various Keyboard tutor books or resources on line or created by Mrs Sands to do with the topic film.

The children continue to read treble clef and also the bass clef using chord shapes. The pieces will have more challenging rhythms and some movement in the treble clef whilst the bass part will be playing chords either block or broken or vamped.Treble clef, bass clef, stave, chords, how notes look on the music as crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quavers C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C with added sharps and flats in the right hand but with the left hand playing chord patterns (usually 4 chord patterns).

The children continue to learn how to play with self-control with the correct fingers and posture with awareness of rhythm words to help them to create the correct rhythm. They continue to develop their knowledge of pitch, duration, tempo, texture, silence and dynamics They work with a partner (mixed ability pairs) who will constantly assess and help them to play fluently and accurately in notation and rhythm.

Children continue to learn the importance of ensemble techniques (paired work and also class performances) and good listening skills. 

 

They rehearse and perform either in pairs or individually and continue to comment on each others performances (likes and dislikes using musical comments: accuracy of pitch, rhythm, fluency, tempo, confidence, sense of the beat etc).

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...Parents..We currently have places available in our Nursery school. If you have a child who is 3 years of age and born between September 2016 to August 2017 they can start nursery with us now. If you have a child who will be 3 years of age between September and December 2020 we will be able to offer them a place in January...Parents, For information on our 'virtual' Parents' Evening, see the 'Important Information for Parents' page...Parents, Year 5 will be self isolating as a precaution at home until Friday 23rd October, following a positive test result from a member of the year group. Please look at the work on the Year 5 class pages which will go on daily. Also, email y5@anglesey.bham.sch.uk if you have any feedback or queries about the work... Parents, due to COVID-19, unfortunately you can not come into school unless you have an appointment.
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