Music – curriculum information
Music enriches lives and to that end music at Wheeler will be used and taught in a cross curricular way. Singing can be enjoyed by all and is experienced regularly.
Music skills will be taught following the Long Term Plan. The work of famous composers will be studied and children will be given the opportunity to respond to the work of composers.
Music making will be cross curricular and may often be undertaken as a result of current topic work, visits, visitors, seasonal events, local events or any other stimulus. At all times there should be a balance of process and outcomes. Performances should celebrate children’s work.
Involvement in the Wider Opportunities scheme provides children at Wheeler with the opportunity to learn how to play an instrument and children can access peripatetic music lessons.
Information for parents
I think the best thing about being a Wheeler pupil is that all of the staff listen and care about you
Everyone cares for each other and that every teacher adds a little bit of fun into every lesson
The staff are really encouraging. They always help us to be the best we can be
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Being at Wheeler is like being part of a family and that makes learning fun
The teachers are so supportive they help and guide you all the way through the year
Throughout my time at Wheeler, I have been given so many opportunities to experience and learn new things