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Teaching & Learning

Music

Where words fail, music speaks

To promote positivity, self-confidence, self-worth and community. To foster a life-long interest and awareness of different types of music. To develop a learning of the world around you, through music, which is found in every culture across the world.

The Music Team
Mr D Zobkiw Area Improvement Leader
Mrs R Appleyard Deputy Headteacher Teacher of Music
Mr S Douglas Teacher of Music

Key Stage 3

You can find out more detailed information about the Key Stage 3 curriculum here

Key Stage 4 

GCSE Music – Exam Board

BTEC Music – Exam Board

Year 10

Year 10

Composition 1, Analysis of Atos, contemporary folk music

Composition 1 completed, analysis of study style - popular music

Analysis of study style - Western Classical Tradition from 1910, Performance skills

Performance skills - analysis of study style - Western Classical Tradition 1650 - 1910

Exam listening technique, Composition 1 started

Composition 1 developed

Component 1, A1, A2, A3

A1, A2, A3

A3

A2

A and B

A and B

 

Year 11

Year 11

Composition 1 - Listening started to embed prior learning and prep for PPE

Composition 1 readied for submission, listening based on feedback from PPE

Performance 1 - solo, composition 1 finished

Prep for listening/completion of NEA

Listening Prep

Component 2

Component 2

Component 3

Component 3

Sixth Form 

Wolfreton is part of The Consortium Sixth Form Partnership and all sixth form course information can be found on on its website the-consortium.org