Here are the songs we would be singing in the summer term with schools from across Camden at the Summer Cluster Festivals. You can still learn them! You can have a look at the printed music.There are learning tracks and tracks with just the accompaniment so you can perform on your own. How about putting on a concert for your family? Or you could teach them the songs too.
Some more music resources:
A Minute of Listening is such a great idea and is an ideal resource for children to use at home. The organisation is making their resources free to use at the moment. Visit the website and sign your school up for a free account and make available for your children.
Out of the Ark have made some of their songs available free at home. They’re doing a song a day and have just released week 2!
BBC Ten Pieces are putting things up for children to do at home linked to all their existing online resources. Some lovely things here.
Music is a hugely important part of school life at Holy Trinity and S. Silas.
All our Infant classes learn music with Father Graeme, our parish priest and chair of governors. Our Year 3 children all learn recorder and all children in Y4, Y5 and Y6 learn a brass instrument and play in a class band.
We have an Infant choir, a Junior choir and an after school Jazz Band and hold regular music concerts throughout the year.
There are also wonderful opportunities, through Camden Music Service, for children to learn a musical instrument individually or in a small group.
At Holy Trinity & S. Silas children can have music tuition in any of the following:
- Piano (from Year 2)
- Flute (once children have their adult front teeth)
- Clarinet (once children have their adult front teeth)
- Saxophone (from Year 4)
For more information and to download the Camden Music Service application form, please click on the link opposite or click here.
Alternatively, you can scan the QR code below: