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Class Music Information

Year 3

In Year 3 and 4 children will learn how to read basic  staff notation. Please use  the Power point below to revise what will be covered.

During the first term of Year 3 children will learn to play the recorder. Please use the power point below to help you practice at home.

Year 3 Recorders

Recorder Power Point Lessons

Year 4

Learning the Ukulele

In the first term of Year 4 pupils learn to play the ukulele as a class. This is a fun and relatively easy to learn instrument. Children  will be introduced to ukulele tab notation and develop their rhythmic skills through strumming. Each week pupils will learn new chords, strumming patterns and songs  with the aim of being  able to accompany their own singing on the ukulele.

Although it is not essential to have a ukulele to practice at home, if you feel you would like to purchase one we use Soprano  Octopus  Ukuleles at school. I have found these to be a good beginner instrument

Please find below a Power Point which I have created to use during class lessons. I have also added a Youtube link to some wonderful web tutorials which will really help your child's progress. Happy playing!

Ukulele Power Point Lessons

Year 5

This years' play is, 'The Amazing adventures of Superstan.' Please listen to the tracks and begin to learn your words!

Year 6

Songs of World War 2

During the second half of the Autumn Term Year 6 will learn and perform a variety of songs from World War 2. Please bring your instruments from home to all lessons.

White Cliffs of Dover Performance Sheet

The White Cliffs of Dover - Lyrics - Vera Lynn

From July through October 1940 the Battle of Britain was fought. Britain stood alone as the RAF and RCAF fought Nazis Germany who was bombing Britain..... Most of Europe had been defeated and the USA had yet to enter the war....The White Cliffs of Dover was written by Walter Kent andNat Burton in 1941 and it was sung by the greatl Dame Vera Lynn in 1942...... 

Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again

From the album: We'll Meet Again.


Vera Lynn - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square 1940

Dame Vera Lynn, DBE (born Vera Margaret Welch on 20 March 1917) is an English singer and actress whose musical recordings and performances were enormously popular during World War II. During the war she toured Egypt, India and Burma, giving outdoor concerts for the troops.