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Welcome to our school music page!


My aim for this page is that it will become a blog of our musical adventures across the year. Below, you will find some key information about our Music curriculum and music groups that are held weekly, alongside the blog.


Stephanie Boden - Music Lead


Amber and Isla are our Year 6 Music Ambassadors. You will see details of how they promote the subject of Music in our blog below.



At More Park we aim to introduce children to the universal language of music. Children will be exposed to a range of musical talent for critical engagement and to inspire their love of music. Music lessons are skills based, focusing on pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo and structure. They are also given regular opportunities to compose, perform and critique, encouraging them to try their best and become talented musicians. Using gospel values, children will develop a cultural and historical understanding of Music to develop a rounded understanding of the significance of music across the world.

In class, we follow the Charanga music scheme which promotes skills based mastery of musical concepts. Music is learnt weekly, with years 4 and 5 receiving extra ukelele tuition from a peripatetic tutor on a rotating two weekly basis. 


"Musical teaching and learning is not neat or linear. The strands of musical learning, presented within the lesson plans and the on-screen resources, are part of the learning spiral. Over time, children can both develop new musical skills and concepts, and re-visit established musical skills and concepts. Repeating a musical skill doesn’t necessarily mean their progress is slowing down or their development is moving backwards! It's just shifting within the spiral. Mastery means both a deeper understanding of musical skills and concepts and learning something new." (Charanga)




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As well as enjoying music and singing in class, we regularly hold singing assemblies for children to practice the songs they sing in masses and other school events.
We have a thriving school choir and recorder club who regularly perform in Masses. We are also very lucky to have many children at various stages of learning instruments and we have strings and woodwind teachers who give lessons at school. Our annual Music Evening in May is now a regular fixture in the school diary – a chance for all our musicians, school music groups and staff to show off their wonderful talents to their friends and family.
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Music Blog 


Trip to the Royal Albert Hall


I have organised for our budding musicians to go to the Albert hall in London to see 'Classical Spectacular' schools matinee performance. This is currently only being offered to children in KS2 who are learning a musical instrument or having vocal tuition. Children who are interested in this trip, have already come to me to express their interest and letters have been sent out to those families only. I have 20 spaces being offered on a first come, first served basis. It will be a great opportunity to see world class musicianship from the London Philharmonic Orchestra to further inspire our musicians. I will update this page further with photos and reviews, after our adventure!






Artist of the Month - The Beatles



From this month we are introducing an 'Artist of the Month' in school assemblies. Amber and Isla, our Music Ambassadors have decided that this month they would like us to listen to 'The Beatles'. They did a fantastic job of introducing the band to the whole school on Monday and we listened to 'Here Comes the Sun' as a first introduction to their music. Throughout the month of February we will listen to a number of their songs to experience the wide variety of styles that they composed and performed in. Well done Amber and Isla!


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“Working Together, Striving for Excellence”

Best wishes for a restful half term break! Back to school on Tuesday 25th February 2020
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Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address Barham Court, Teston, Kent, ME18 5BZ. More Park Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.