“The practitioners knew exactly how to work with the children and how to get the best out them. The end product was just so fantastic, we thought we have to do this again!”
Creative ways to learn the Elements of Music
“The taster session, totally caught us up in the School of Rock & Pop and what they were delivering. The children were so engaged and got so much out of the session in terms of confidence, singing ability and understanding how music works”
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“They thoroughly enjoyed it and I thought it was pitched at the right level of understanding for them. They were totally engaged throughout the session and all had smiles on their faces.”
Unashamedly physical and fun.
Uses a blend of games, vocal exercises and current pop songs to develop solo, duet and unison singing skills.
Achieves the highest levels of engagement, especially from the boys!
Forget traditional instrument lessons!
Pupils learn in a band where everything fits together to sound great with the rest of the group.
Motivates pupils to excel and get the most out of their instrumental instruction.
Harnesses pupil’s energy using instruments made from reclaimed material.
Produces original and exciting performance as well as exploring rhythms and music notation.
Learning elements of music has never been so creative!
Group Ukulele lessons where the whole class learns to play and sing current Rock & Pop songs.
Learn chords, strumming patterns, single note lines and harmonies.
We provide the instruments, the tutor and the fun!
Deliver creatively challenging music projects for Key Stage 2
Carefully design projects that are appropriately scaffolded to differentiate effectively and which follow key aspects of the national curriculum for music at primary level
Raise aspirations through engagement and encouragement
Emphasise fun and building self-confidence
Reach pupils who are not already being reached, or to reach them in ways that are not currently being experienced
Develop important interpersonal skills, such as cooperation, negotiation and the ability to learn from peers and tutors alike
Deliver creative music projects to Key Stage 1 and early years
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Delivering the National Curriculum
- Learn to sing and use their voices, to create and compose music of their own and with others.
- Have the opportunity to learn an instrument and to progress to the next level of musical excellence.
- Understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated, including through the inter-related dimensions: pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and appropriate music notations.
- Perform, listen to, review and evaluate music across a range of genres, styles and traditions.
What Teachers Say
‘They’ve come up trumps with everything they’ve done.’
‘If OFSTED had walked in on that session, I’m sure it would have been outstanding.’
‘They thoroughly enjoyed it and I thought it was pitched at the right level of understanding for them. They were totally engaged throughout the session and all had smiles on their faces.’
‘The children and staff have shown excellent participation and enjoyment, I can’t wait to watch their final performance in front of all the parents.’