Music is led by Mrs Brown. As a school, we follow a music scheme called Charanga.
At Bovingdon Primary Academy, we aim to ensure that every child develops a love of music. As a school, we follow the Charanga music scheme where children are taught to perform, listen to and evaluate music from a range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions. The children are encouraged to use their originality and initiative to create, compose and perform their own music.
As a school, we have recently introduced music assemblies whereby each term, several children who are learning an instrument, are invited to play their instrument in assembly. This has been a great success and is a great way to celebrate the children’s talents and inspire other children to learn to play an instrument.
A Bovingdon Primary Academy musician should leave at the end of KS2 with…
- the ability to sing and use their voices to speak chants and rhymes
- the ability to understand and compose music through the inter-related dimensions: pitch, duration, tempo, timbre, texture and structure
- the ability to create and compose music using originality and initiative
- confidence to perform independently and in a group.the ability to play a musical instrument and understand simple musical notation
- the ability to listen to and evaluate music across a range of historical periods
- an appreciation and understanding of music from different traditions and from great composers and musicians