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Music Resources


IF you spot Music on your class timetable for home learning, these links will help you out! As Johnny Cash sang, "Singing seems to help a troubled soul", so get singing guys!

Every Thursday is singing day at School - so, Mrs Gooding has kindly put these two favourites together for us - with lyrics and her vocals! Load them up and get singing! It's good for you!

 Colours of Day (with vocals).m4aDownload
 Colours of Day - Lyrics.docxDownload
 Lord of the Dance (with vocals).m4aDownload
 Lord of the Dance - Lyrics.docxDownload
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Click the link below for a song a day to sing and learn

Click the link below for a series of body percussion video turorials (free) from Ollie, a member of STOMP!

Wiltshire Music Connect have released resources for use at home. Click the link below:

Wiltshire Music Connect

Or why not have a look at what music you can make in the kitchen!

Kitchen Rhapsody!

Music ideas in document format - to do at home

 DJS (Year 3) - Keep Calm and Make Music - Weekly Wonder - You got rhythm.pptxDownload
 DJS - Keep Calm and Make Music - Weekly Wonder - Grab the rhythm Y4 - Y6.pptxDownload
 KS2 Music Home Learning Activites.docxDownload
 Week 3 - Keep Calm and Make Music - Weekly Wonder - Pizza Hut - KS2.pptxDownload
 Week 5 - Keep Calm and Make Music - Weekly Wonder - Aquarium - KS2.pptxDownload
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Sing Up

Sing Up is an online resource we use at school for singing together. They have kindly released a Song of the Week page and a Sing Up At Home page for free! Click the links below and join - it is as good for your mental well-being as exercise, so I'm told!





BBC Bitesize

As part of their bitesize resources, the BBC are also producing great music resources for you to use at home.


Click the links and give them a try!




Or how about a bit of classical with the fantastic BBC Ten Pieces...