Music – Improvising

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Here we have collated their work by subject area. The Staff and Governors are very proud of the high quality content produced by our children.

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Music – Improvising – Primary Curriculum

Improvising – Foundation stage:

Understand how to investigate producing and organising sound using our own rules.

Improvising – Year 1:

Understand how different instruments sound when we make up musical passages that they play together.

 – Year 2:

Understand the effect of combining instruments and use rules to make up our own music.

– Year 3:

Understand how to use structured note and simple note lengths whilst improvising.

– Year 4:

Understand how to use structured notes, and note lengths to semi-quavers, whilst improvising.

– Year 5:

Understand  the basic formula of an improvisation and change notes and the right time

Improvising – Year 6:

Understand the formula of an improvisation, change notes at the right time whilst playing with attention to instrumental timbres, techniques and structural texture.

Improvising – Mastery:

Understand the formula of an improvisation.  Change notes at the right time in accordance with the chord changes.  Play with equal attention to the instrumental timbre, technique and structural texture.

This collection of short films and resources will help you understand your child’s progression through school.

The curriculum film resource has been broken down by subject area initially and then by topic area.