Music is all around us. It influences our moods and emotions and stimulates and excites us in many ways.
Following this GCSE course will develop your understanding of how music is created through four Areas of Study. In the course you will learn how to compose and develop skills in performing and appraising
GCSE Music teaches you to learn independently and how to work as a team. Many pupils further their study at AS and A level and even beyond that.
Music is taken by nearly all students at Key Stage 3. It can be pursued further as an option choice where Key Stage 4 students can undertake a GCSE in Music.
The school also offers peripatetics to those who wish to learn Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone, Piano and Guitar.
The Music department has access to a wealth of school resources, including Chromebooks, laptops, iPads, iMacs along with specialist software including Sibelius, Garageband and LogicPro.
Pupils utilise a variety of these resources within their structured lessons, to help develop their ICT competency skills through the use of language.
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