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The intent of our music curriculum is for children to develop a love of music and inspire them to develop their talent as musicians through performing, listening, reviewing and evaluating music across a range of genres. We want our pupils to learn to sing and use their voices to create and compose music and have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument and progress to perform on their own and in ensembles. We want them to leave St Antony’s be able to understand music vocabulary and how music is created, produced and communicated, through the interrelated dimensions of music: pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and appropriate musical notations, ready for the next stage of their educational journey. 

 

‘Addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart’ Ephesians 5:19

 

At St Antony's we adapt the Charanga scheme for music to suit the need of our children. This is a web based music scheme so don't forget you can log onto Yumu to practice your musical skills at home.

 

 

Our Music Ambassador’s

Harvest singing!

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Harvest singing

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We have a school choir. Please ask Mrs Macneal for more details

Learning songs about kindness

KS2 had some visitors who taught them all about folk music and different kinds of instruments!

 

 

 

There is also a pop star in the making. This is a very talented young girl who just loves to perform in school and outside of school.

 

 

This little boy just loves to play the violin. Keep it up and show us how you do it ! 

 

 

 

KS2 children sang for members of the public in our local community.

 

 

St Antony's featured on 2BR with their beautiful singing. This can be listened to on the 2BR website :)

 

 

This ks2 class showed off their brilliant music skills in their music assembly!

 

 

The whole school got to listen to a range of singing on the pantomime.

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