WPA's One Minute of Music video for The Big Month of Music. To view videos from other schools, just search for 'One Minute of Music' on YouTube.
Young Voices - Elevenses With Craig McLeish, 26th March, 2020. For more Young Voices videos, check out their YouTube channel YVTV.
Young Voices - A fun sing along with Tom Billington for all the family 31st March, 2020.
For more Young Voices videos, check out their YouTube channel YVTV.
Young Voices - Join the Young Voices Principal Conductor David Lawrence for a session of vocal warm ups and learn to sing a YV favourite - ‘Power in Me’ by Rebecca Lawrence
Young Voices - Meet YV Creative Director Andy Instone for a jam packed session of movement and motivation.
Young Voices - Meet Ruti live and have fun with vocal warm ups and then learn to sing her song 'I Couldn't Do This Without You'.
Meet Bass6 from The Beatbox Collective for some interactive beatboxing.
Discover your inner voice and join in with all the family - for all info on workshops and more simply click www.thebeatboxcollective.com
Join our Principle Conductor David Lawrence for an interactive singing workshop and meet our special guest artist Sharlene Hector from Basement Jaxx for a special sing along
The Beatbox Collective invite the whole family to join for The Beatbox Experience.
A 1 hour all inclusive workshop and look into the world of beatboxing.
Sing silly warm ups and Larger Than Life with our Musical Director Craig McLeish
Music Service Online Learning Platform
We hope that you and your school community are well at this time. SFE’s Music Service have been busy putting together an Online Learning Platform www.sfeonline.co.uk for your pupils and families to access.
This platform is a suite of videos to support all levels of learning covering every instrument and the voice. It will help those pupils who have whole class lessons in KS1 through to the upper-level musicians in secondary school and 6th form.
Please login to the website using these details:
During the current climate, and with the challenges we are all facing in the coming weeks and months, we want to do everything we can to make our resources available to you for use at home. Music has an extraordinary power to bring us together, it can lift us when we feel low, energise us when we feel tired, and is something we all have in common.
So, to help with the rhythms and routines of your new daily life, we are releasing seven songs, one for each day, all with challenges and activities related to each song. Every week for the next few weeks we will continue to add songs and resources.
Nursery Rhymes and Songs
Animations of some of the best-known traditional nursery rhymes, many sung by BBC Children's TV presenters, with music that your children will love! They're an ideal resource to support a range of Early Years objectives, whether used in a nursery, reception class, or at home.
Primary Music - KS1 / KS2
Key Stage 1 / Key Stage 2 / Age 5 - 11
Primary Music takes a cross-curricular approach, with music objectives explored in relation to popular infant topics or related areas of the curriculum. The content is ideal for the non-specialist teacher, offering a mix of materials chosen especially to appeal to each age group with clear instructions on how and what to do, and providing a term's worth of music activity. There are opportunities to sing, take part in music activities, appraise music, with suggestions for composition included in the comprehensive Teacher Notes.
Physical Education / Music KS1: Dance with the Elements
Dances for each of the four element have been choreographed to different pieces of classical music including JS Bach, Karl Jenkins, Aaron Copland, Johann Strauss, Claude Debussy and John Adams.
These clips are taken from the original BBC series, Dance with the Elements.
Suitable for: KS1 Physical Education and Music in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and Early and First Level in Scotland. Also, children with special educational needs.
Primary resources - KS2 / 2nd Level
Pick a piece and get started!
Explore the stories and secrets hidden in these classical pieces of music.
For each piece you will find free teaching resources, exciting short films, lesson plans, arrangements and more.
Resources are suitable for KS2, and Second Level in Scotland.
I am a Robot sing, sign and dance challenge
Calling all grown-ups!
Do you know a young person who would like to appear in a BBC Bring the Noise music video? Now is their chance!
Three simple steps
First learn the song, sign and dance routine by watching our tutorial film.
Next use Play It! to play the full track I am a Robot and sing, sign and dance along.
Finally use a tablet or smartphone to make a film of your piece.
Primary School Music Technology Resources & Planning
Please click on a title below to access KS1 / KS2 Free Music Technology Resources.
(To access FREE KS3 / KS4 Resources - please click here to visit the Secondary School Music Technology page.)
Rhinegold Education Key Stages 1 & 2 Free Lessons…
Music Room is dedicated to helping you provide your child with a rich and rounded education, even during school closures. Every week we’ll be providing free outstanding, fun and rewarding music lessons for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 that can be taught at home. Simple to use and no musical expertise is required!
This week, from Rhinegold Education, a Key Stage 1 (ages 5-7) lesson that connects music to the natural world, and, at Key Stage 2 (ages 7-11), an exploration of music and outer space!
To access the resources, click here.