Music can change the world, because it can change people.
Subject Lead: Mr Ashley Mclellan
At Thomas Coram teachers use the Charanga scheme to help support the quality of music teaching that children receive here. Charanga works effortlessly with the national curriculum ensuring that learners revisit the dimensions of music: pulse, voice, pitch and rhythm- building upon previous learning and skills. The learning within this Scheme is based on: listening and appraising, musical activities, creating and exploring and singing and performing.
Music is taught as a distinct subject and we are fortunate to have a music room with many different instruments including: glockenspiels, drums and recorder. We also celebrate music in our weekly singing assembly where we are learning and celebrating different genres of music form new to old. Children can also have individual music lessons to learn how to play the guitar and piano.
When I grow up...
Here are some of the jobs you could aspire to do in the future as a musician:
- RAF Musician
- Audio designer
- Casting Director
For more careers, visit Careers in Music | First Careers