At Campsbourne we teach the National Curriculum for Music which can be found here.
Our aim is to encourage the full development of each student’s musical potential, providing a broad and balanced range of musical opportunities both inside the classroom and beyond.
This includes participation in singing, composing, performing, listening and appraising. The children not only learn about music, they become singers and musicians, developing their musical fluency by sharing, producing and collaborating together.
Children are taught by our specialist music teacher in our designated music room. Our music curriculum is taught to all pupils from Year 1 through to Year 6 and aims to be challenging, ambitious and engaging, building on skills and understanding at every level. You can view the curriculum below and also the Music Progression Map which shows how children’s knowledge and skills develop as they move through the years.
Music Curriculum Overview
Music Progression Map
At Campsbourne we have a number of visiting teachers who deliver lessons one-to-one and in small groups.
Currently we offer lessons on
- Acoustic guitar
If you would like to sign your child up for one-to-one instrumental lessons, please contact Haringey Music Services
Haringey Music Services
Tel: 020 8489 8960
Alternatively, download the application form, or apply online on their website.
If you would like your child to learn an instrument that is not listed above, please contact the school as this may be possible to arrange.
Extra Curricular Music Clubs and Ensembles
We offer a range of extra-curricular music clubs and ensembles for learners of all abilities.
- Choir Year 3 and 4 – Lunchtime Monday 12.45
- Choir Year 5 and 6 – Lunchtime Friday 12.45
- Jazz Band – Lunchtime Wednesday 12.45
- Keyboard Group – Monday After School
- Sambassadors! – Wednesday After School