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At Holy Trinity Church School, our vision is that all children will leave us having been exposed to a wide repertoire of music as well as having the opportunity to learn a range of tuned instruments.
Music is taught from EYFS through to Year 6. We follow a scheme of work called 'Charanga' which ensures that the children cover the following elements each year:
Throughout the year, all the children have the opportunity to participate in musical performances including:
Throughout the year, the children experience a range of live music opportunities, including visits to local theatre performances and West End musicals; touring theatre companies visiting school; participating in events organised by the BWMAT and Diocese; performances by local secondary school music departments.
Extra-curricular Music and Performing Arts opportunities have previously been provided in the form of Recorder club, Choir and Dancing, including country dancing, maypole dancing and an external dance club. In the current Covid climate, we have reintroduced choir.
Throughout their time at Holy Trinity, the children have the opportunity to learn the following instruments:
Individual lessons in brass and clarinet are offered from Year 4 upwards.
Choir performing at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Fete
Year 4 - Whole Class Ensemble Tuition - Brass
Year 4 - Handchimes
Year 4 - Composing a Viking Battle piece of music
Year 4 perform the handchimes in worship
Year 5 - Whole Class Ensemble Tuition - Clarinet
Year 5 Clarinet players performing to other classes
Year 5 and 6 play the clarinet in the Queen's Platinum Jubilee worship
Year 6 Clarinet players performing to other classes