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Music

Music at Fordbridge


Music is an essential component of a broad and balanced curriculum. It is a subject which makes a distinctive contribution to the school curriculum as it develops pupil’s confidence and skills outside of the core subjects.


The music curriculum is exciting and diverse, covering a wide range of skills with opportunities for children to show case what they have learnt through performances both inside and outside of school. Through their engaging lessons, children have the opportunity to use and become confident with different instruments and musical technology to ensure meaningful and enjoyable lessons. Children have opportunities to read and write music, play a variety instruments, learn of different composers throughout history and more throughout their time at Fordbridge.


We aspire to allow children to enjoy music and feel confident creating and performing to their peers and community. To achieve this, we have a range of opportunities for children to showcase their skills whether it be through their love of singing in Fordbridge Choir or their performance at our extravaganza through Brass Blast University. It is important to us that our children develop the conviction and determination which is needed to display what they have worked hard for and for us to celebrate in these with them.


We enlist the help and support of the Solihull Music Service for our lessons which enables us to ensure high quality, in-depth teaching from skilled music teachers. Solihull Music Service works alongside the school, not only developing a rich music curriculum, but also providing extra tuition for those children whose love of music reaches outside the classroom. This allows for children to continue to develop and peruse their ambitions in an area of the curriculum they take pleasure in.

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