Music reflects the culture and society we live in and so the teaching and learning of music enables our children at All Saints' to better understand the world they live in. Music is a powerful means of communication and is one of the highest forms of creativity. It brings our children together and creates opportunities to work with one another using a universal language. It is an art that can be practiced, appreciated and enjoyed at many levels and is inclusive to all.
Music is an essential part of life and integral to the development of the whole person. Music is used across the curriculum, and unites both of our schools together, through worship and performance. Its inclusivity builds in children an appreciation, a sense of unity and a cultural appreciation that reaches across ages, abilities and background.
Music is a deeply creative discipline which is fully embedded throughout school life. Our music curriculum encompasses the aims of the National Curriculum to ensure all pupils :