Subjects - Music

Subject Definition
Music is all about listening, singing, composing  and performing. Musicians do this by understanding using, and practising the musical dimensions of pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and musical notation.
Useful Websites

Sing up



Out of the Ark Music



Arts and Music : The Language of Expression



PBS Kids Music Games



Classics for Kids


BBC Ten Pieces


Young Voices


"3 Is" in Music at St Andrew's
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Children enjoy music and are able to express themselves. 

We enjoy having special visitors at St Andrew's that showcase their talent.

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We enjoy learning a range of instruments at St Andrew's.

Children showcased their musical talents that they have learnt throughout the year to parents, the concert including singing and playing instruments for their friends and family.

Children have been learning how to play the bongo drums using Charanga.

Children performed at Young Voices at the Birmingham Resorts World Arena.

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Our School Choir

The choir are enjoying learning the new songs for Young Voices 2022.


Our children enjoy music so much, some even learn instruments outside of school.

Children are confidently share their musical knowledge with peers and family.

Extra Curricular Clubs

Here at St. Andrew’s children are encouraged to participate in our popular and often over-subscribed after-school music clubs.

  • Choir takes place 3:15- 4:15pm on a Tuesday in the hall- children explore a wide range of songs of different genres and prepare for performances and events both in school and out in the wider community. Children in choir have the exciting opportunity to participate in Young Voices, a large-scale singing event, bringing together children from hundreds of schools to sing together in a large venue such as an arena. Children’s love and passion for singing and performing will be fostered in choir as children develop and enhance their singing and performance skills.

  • Ukulele club takes place 3:15- 4:15pm on a Wednesday in the Room for the Arts- children have the opportunity to learn to play the ukulele and explore a wide variety of pieces of music, both ukulele alone and singing too. Children will play as a group and will be able to share their knowledge and skills with each other as they learn together. At ukulele club children will learn to read chord boxes and play the corresponding chords, and will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to be able to access a wide range of resources to continue enjoying playing the ukulele outside of school if they do so wish.