Music

The Music Department’s aim is to provide the opportunity for students to extend their own musical interests and skills. Music is a powerful, unique form of communication that can change the way students think, feel and act. It brings together intellect and feeling and enables personal expression, reflection and emotional development. Students perform and compose music in different styles increasing their understanding of musical devices, processes and contextual influences..

The National Curriculum provides the framework in which the department works and students are entered for Cambridge International Examinations. The schemes of work consist of integrated units that are imaginative and challenging in order to motivate all students who receive one hour of curriculum music a week.

Extra Curricular Activities
Students will have an opportunity to take part in ensembles which include;
  • Training orchestra
  • Senior orchestra
  • Senior choir
  • Ensembles
  • Secondary school musical production
Students will be able to have individual instrumental lessons provided by specialist tutors on a rotational basis throughout the school week.

Performance Opportunities
Assemblies, Instrumental concerts, Informal concerts in the foyer, Major musical productions, Recitals, EFC school events, Events within the community, Events within the BSF.