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At Jubilee Park Academy, children gain a deep understanding of what music is through the study of music, driven through key questioning and well-sequenced planning. The children will understand how music has transformed over time and be able to perform using their voices and a range of musical instruments. Units have been designed carefully to expose children to a wide range of musical pieces and styles from across the globe. The children develop a firm understanding of musical skills across a wide variety of historical periods, styles, traditions, and musical genres. We are committed to developing a curiosity for the subject, as well as an understanding and acceptance of the validity and importance of all types of music, and an unbiased respect for the role that music may wish to be expressed in any person’s life.
To develop children’s learning to become the best musician that they can be, we at Jubilee Park Academy aim to equip the children with the following skills:
All learners, regardless of background and needs, will be exposed to the music curriculum, and will listen to and appraise a range of musical pieces and styles and know how to compose and improvise. Children will learn how to be a musician and know how to read simple musical notation, use a range of musical terms, and know and name some great composers and musicians and the time period they influenced.
The music curriculum delivered at Jubilee Park encourages music to be a unique and expressive way of communicating that inspires and motivates children. It is a means of personal expression and can play an important part in personal development in children. Through music we can express, represent, and communicate our ideas and perceptions.
Our Music Curriculum is of high quality and allows children to nurture the role of not only becoming a musician but developing confidence through skill progression and enrichment opportunities to their full potential whilst at Jubilee Park Academy.