Music

Subject Leader - Miss Walton

 

Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. 

How is Music unique to High Legh?

At High Legh, from Reception to Year 4 our teaching of music is supported by a music scheme called Charanga.

Alongside this scheme of work, children learn to pay an instrument.

Y1 Glockenspiels

Y2 Keyboards

Y3 Recorders

Y4 Ukuleles

Year 5 and Year 6 have a bespoke curriculum taught through Love Music Trust where each child is taught how to play and perform as part of a Brass Band.   

Young Voices 2023

On 31st January 2023 our choir performed as part of the Young Voices Choir at the AO Arena in Manchester. 

 Below is the full music video for the charity single 'PROUD' performed by Heather Small and featuring The Young Voices Choir. 

Our Year 5 & 6 brass band playing with the Hallé Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall.

Singing assemblies take place every week and the children at High Legh are given the opportunity to perform musically at Church Services, special assemblies and events.

 

 

The National Curriculum for Music can be found here.

 

Music

Subject Leader - Miss Walton

 

Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. 

How is Music unique to High Legh?

At High Legh, from Reception to Year 4 our teaching of music is supported by a music scheme called Charanga.

Alongside this scheme of work, children learn to pay an instrument.

Y1 Glockenspiels

Y2 Keyboards

Y3 Recorders

Y4 Ukuleles

Year 5 and Year 6 have a bespoke curriculum taught through Love Music Trust where each child is taught how to play and perform as part of a Brass Band.   

Young Voices 2023

On 31st January 2023 our choir performed as part of the Young Voices Choir at the AO Arena in Manchester. 

 Below is the full music video for the charity single 'PROUD' performed by Heather Small and featuring The Young Voices Choir. 

Our Year 5 & 6 brass band playing with the Hallé Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall.

Singing assemblies take place every week and the children at High Legh are given the opportunity to perform musically at Church Services, special assemblies and events.

 

 

The National Curriculum for Music can be found here.

 

Music

Subject Leader - Miss Walton

 

Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. 

How is Music unique to High Legh?

At High Legh, from Reception to Year 4 our teaching of music is supported by a music scheme called Charanga.

Alongside this scheme of work, children learn to pay an instrument.

Y1 Glockenspiels

Y2 Keyboards

Y3 Recorders

Y4 Ukuleles

Year 5 and Year 6 have a bespoke curriculum taught through Love Music Trust where each child is taught how to play and perform as part of a Brass Band.   

Young Voices 2023

On 31st January 2023 our choir performed as part of the Young Voices Choir at the AO Arena in Manchester. 

 Below is the full music video for the charity single 'PROUD' performed by Heather Small and featuring The Young Voices Choir. 

Our Year 5 & 6 brass band playing with the Hallé Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall.

Singing assemblies take place every week and the children at High Legh are given the opportunity to perform musically at Church Services, special assemblies and events.

 

 

The National Curriculum for Music can be found here.

 

Music

Subject Leader - Miss Walton

 

Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. 

How is Music unique to High Legh?

At High Legh, from Reception to Year 4 our teaching of music is supported by a music scheme called Charanga.

Alongside this scheme of work, children learn to pay an instrument.

Y1 Glockenspiels

Y2 Keyboards

Y3 Recorders

Y4 Ukuleles

Year 5 and Year 6 have a bespoke curriculum taught through Love Music Trust where each child is taught how to play and perform as part of a Brass Band.   

Young Voices 2023

On 31st January 2023 our choir performed as part of the Young Voices Choir at the AO Arena in Manchester. 

 Below is the full music video for the charity single 'PROUD' performed by Heather Small and featuring The Young Voices Choir. 

Our Year 5 & 6 brass band playing with the Hallé Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall.

Singing assemblies take place every week and the children at High Legh are given the opportunity to perform musically at Church Services, special assemblies and events.

 

 

The National Curriculum for Music can be found here.