Music is about communication, creativity and cooperation. By studying music in school, students have the opportunity to build on these skills, enrich their lives and experience the world from a new perspective.
President Bill Clinton
At Outwood Academy Brumby we truly foster the above statement and aim to provide all students with a musical experience that will develop their skills to make them independent, resilient and creative learners. Our department is extremely well equipped with a suite of keyboards, a suite of imacs, electric drum kits, steel drums, guitars, ukuleles and three practise rooms all equipped with electric pianos.
Rebecca Brown – Music Teacher
Derek Lunn – Peripatetic Percussion Teacher
Shaun Randall – Peripatetic Brass Teacher
Kathryn South – Peripatetic Woodwind Teacher
Michelle Rawson – Peripatetic Cello Teacher
Joanna Dennis – Peripatetic Violin Teacher
The Music course at Key Stage 3 provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to access the Btec Music First Award course in Key Stage 4. In Year 7 we learn the basics of reading music, identifying key concepts and instruments through listening, perform using our voice, ukulele and keyboards, learn to work collaborative to create our own music and use ICT to create our own ringtones and dance tracks. This progresses into Year 8 where we build on our musical knowledge and become more independent in completing projects showing a greater musical understanding. This includes composing our own minimalist music and creating our own cover versions of popular songs.
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Enrichment Opportunities for Music
Please see the current Academy Enrichment Programme Booklet for details of enrichment opportunities in this subject area.