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EYFS


Characteristics of Effective Learning:
 Playing and Exploring/Engagement
 Finding out and exploring
 Playing with what they know
 Being willing to 'have a go'
 Active Learning/Motivation
 Being involved and concentrating
 Keeping trying
 Enjoying achieving what they set out to do
 Creating and Thinking Critically/Thinking
 Having their own ideas
 Making links
 Choosing ways to do things
     

INTENT

Children will be introduced to subject specific vocabulary that a musician would use.
 Children will use subject specific vocabulary to talk like a musician.
 Children will use subject specific vocabulary and definitions that a musician would use.

Children will research, interpret and present like a musician.
 Children will learn, work and talk like a musician.

Curriculum:
 They respect their own ideas, thoughts and feelings through design and technology, art, music, dance, role play and stories.
 Children sing songs, make music and dance, and experiment with ways of changing them.
 Children can express themselves effectively, showing awareness of listeners needs.
 They give attention to what others say and respond appropriately, while engaging in another activity.
  Children listen attentively in a range of situations.

IMPLEMENTATION 

Teaching:
Children are taught a range of musical techniques under three main music strands (performing, exploring and composing, listening, reflecting and appraising) in explicit taught sessions.
Within the three main music strands we will focus on the skills of
Perform
 Using their voices
 Using Classroom Instruments Explore and Compose
 Exploring
 Composing
Listen, Reflect and Appraise
 Listening  Appraising
Children are taught to practise, use and apply these skills independently and collaboratively throughout their learning environment.
Children develop their subject specific vocabulary (generic and content based) through explicit teaching.

IMPACT 

Outcomes:

Children demonstrate their understanding of key vocabulary during lesson  observations.
 

KSI


Aims:
 To provide a Music curriculum which follows the national curriculum and is enhanced through children’s classroom experience.
 To perform, listen to, review, and evaluate music across a range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions, including the works of the great
composers and musicians.
 To learn to sing and to use their voices.
 To create and compose music on their own and with others.
 To enhance learning opportunities through appropriate use technology.
 To understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.
 For all children to enjoy and participate in individual and collaborative learning.
 To promote a Music curriculum which provides engagement, challenge and support for all children.
 To enable learning experiences which promote independence, co-operation.
 

INTENT

  • Children will be introduced to subject specific vocabulary that a musician would use.
  • Children will use subject specific vocabulary to talk like a musician.
  • Children will use subject specific vocabulary and definitions that a musician would use.
     
  • Children will research, interpret and present like a musician.
  • Children will learn, work and talk like a musician.

    Curriculum:
  • Pupils should be taught to:
  •  Use their voices expressively and
    creatively by singing songs and speaking
    chants and rhymes.
  • Play tuned and untuned instruments
    musically.
  • To listen with concentration and
    understanding to a range of high-quality
    live and recorded music.
  •  Experiment with, create, select, and
    combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music.

IMPLEMENTATION 

Teaching:
Children are taught a range of musical techniques under the principles of three main music strands (performing, exploring and composing, listening, reflecting and appraising) in explicit taught sessions.
Within the three main music strands we will focus on the skills of:
Perform
 Using their voices
 Using Classroom Instruments Explore and Compose
 Exploring
 Composing
Listen, Reflect and Appraise
 Listening  Appraising

Children develop their subject specific vocabulary (generic and content based) through explicit teaching of vocabulary and definitions.

IMPACT

Outcomes:
Children demonstrate their understanding of key vocabulary evident during lesson observations.


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