Here at Delph Side Community Primary School we follow the Charanga Musical School programme. Through Charanga the children develop their understanding, make musical judgements, apply their new learning, develop their aural memory, express themselves physically, emotionally and through discussion and create their own musical ideas. The wide range of core resources have been specifically designed to motivate and capture each individual’s personal interest.
The children not only learn about music; they become musicians who are able to share and perform using their new skills.
Below you will find a complete scheme to teach the national curriculum for music. Each year group is divided into six steps which is taught across the school year. The activities and games cover the musical dimensions, (formerly elements – pulse, rhythm, pitch etc.) through singing and playing instruments, listening and creating music – all intrinsically linked through a central song or piece.
If you would like any more information please visit: www.charanga.com