Welcome to Music at Seamer and Irton School

Click the image above to learn more about the

Intent, Implemetation and Impact 

of our school music curriculum

 

Charanga have kindly adapted their schemes of work to help schools deliver the music curriclum safely during these uncertain times. This includes children learning how to sign rather sing songs, and more emphasis on playing tuned instruments. 

 

Instrumental lessons

If your child is interested in learning to play a musical instrument, then please download the documents below. You can register online at: www.northyorkshiremusichub.co.uk  It is recommended, by the music service, that childen should be in Year 4 or above to start lessons, if possible. The lessons are currently either online or are socially distanced. If you have any queries please contact Mrs Ripley on: jmeasures@seamerirton.n-yorks.sch.uk   

Music flyer

Music Hub

Music tuition

 

Whole school Project - Spring 2020

During our Friday music assemblies, the whole school have been working on a range of songs from Past and Present - Songs of History and Humanity written by Rebecca lawrence.  We are delighted that Rebecca Lawrence has allowed us to upload her music and lyrics so the children can be learning her work at home.

Thank you Rebecca. 

 

The picture below links directly to the lyrics of 4 songs the children have been learning. These will be added to over the coming weeks.

 

Click the song title below to access the music.

Tutankhamun

Viking Warrior

Being Eight

Power in Me

 

Previous School Music Projects 2019/2020

Live Music Now

Live Music Now musicians led a song writing project, working with 120 children, to record and perform their own original compositions.  These session were provided by Switch Songwriting, which was delivered in partnership with North Yorkshire County Council, NYCC Music Hub, schools and children’s centres.

During the sessions they explored different instruments and learned to make music as part of a group and write their own songs. The project culminated in a sharing of their work, and a recording of the songs created. 

School Teacher Feedback

"I am so thankful that the children have had this opportunity to work with such a talented bunch of musicians! The final performance on the day was superb and the whole audience left the room singing along to the songs. The children were so confident and proud to perform their piece!"

"The children really enjoyed seeing the professional standard technology which was demonstrated and explained to them. Those children who demonstrated an aptitude were encouraged to contribute and, with the time and effort given by the musicians, the end product was stunning. The children were really proud of their song."

Check back later to listen to their final recordings.

Maple Class 

Birch Class

Elm Class

Oak Class

 

          

 

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