The BBC are uploading Music Homelearning tasks each week. Please see below's link should you wish to complete them.
1. Watch the BBC Philharmonic's Whistle-Stop Tour of the Orchestra and complete the linked Ten Pieces worksheet (see below). See and hear the instruments of the orchestra, played by the musicians of the BBC Philharmonic from their own homes!
2. Learn how sound is made and the difference between wind, string and percussion instruments with BBC Bitesize. A good introduction to how sounds are made through vibrations.
3. As you might not have your own instruments; join BBC Concert Orchestra percussionist Stephen Whibley as he shows you how to create a Cuban Mambo in your kitchen!
Explore Classical Music
Classical FM have created a musical education resource for parents to use at home. https://gb.abrsm.org/en/classical100primary/
You will need to register as a parent with your name and email address to access this. In the school section please type in 'Virtual school, ABRSM.
The unique collection of 100 classical recordings, complete with learning activities and information on each piece, is being made available for free to all families at home during the coronavirus crisis.
Watch the quick video below to see what this resource can do.
Our children are already familiar with the below composers:
Autumn 1- Mozart
Autumn 2- Beethoven
A Christmas message from Year 5.
Here are a couple of videos of our children using Boom Whackers to play Star Wars.
In Year 5, we were studying Oliver Twist as our topic was Food Glorious Food. The children wrote their own play scripts and we put them together for our class assembly. Of course we had to perform the song. Didn't they do well?
Here are a few pictures of our children playing on the glockenspiels, ukuleles and singing along to Sam Smith: Stay with me.
Here are a few videos of our recorder club. The children are reading following and reading music on the board and playing in time. Well done children!