At The Vine School we make Music an enjoyable learning experience. We believe that the learning experience should engage and inspire pupils to be enthusiastic life-long musicians.
We are very lucky at The Vine to have a wide range of instruments, both tuned and untuned which the children play regularly both in their Music learning and during Music clubs.
The Vine uses the Charanga scheme of work to teach Music. Each unit is taught through learning to sing and play a song. These songs develop in complexity and length as the children progress through the school. Through learning these songs, opportunities are also provided for listening to and appraising different styles of music, improvising and composing music, and learning about the features of music (e.g. tempo, texture, dynamics, structure, rhythm, pitch etc.). The Charanga scheme builds upon prior learning and provides opportunities for children of all abilities to develop their skills and knowledge in each unit.