So that our children get a well planned and sequenced learning experience in Music, we have invested in the Charanga scheme of work giving a logical progression of knowledge and skills over the primary years.
Charanga uses the National Curriculum as its source for the progression in skills over time so that when our children leave us in Year 6, they are ready for the next step in their education at secondary school.
How do we teach Music at Coleshill?
Read our policy to see our Intent for Music, the way we Implement that and the Impact we expect to have on our learners.
Music National Curriculum
We use the National Curriculum to guide progression in skills over time so that when our children leave us in Year 6, they are ready for the next step in their education at secondary school.
Skills Progression Document
What is appropriate challenge in Music?
Read through our skills progression to see how the complexity of challenge within learning increases as our children get older.
Charanga Scheme of work
Each of our units have a core set of knowledge which we expect our children to learn and remember. This knowledge is taken forward to support new learning in subsequent years.
Music Curriculum Map
What areas will children learn about?
Click through to our curriculum map to see each of the artists and instruments we learn to use over our children's primary experience.