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Music has a high profile across the school and is enjoyed by all. Through each pupil’s journey at Higham, their musical skills and understanding are built on year upon year. From singing simple songs from memory and performing simple rhythm patterns in KS1, they move to more advanced technique skills and understanding in lower KS2. These skills are then further developed in upper KS2 where pupils are able to play several instruments confidently, and have the ability to read and follow a simple musical score. Throughout all of this the pupil’s enjoyment of music is a key element, running alongside the ‘taught’ musical skills, objectives and musical terminology. We want to ensure that music is loved and valued by teachers and pupils, encouraging them to want to continue building on this wealth of musical ability, now and in the future.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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