Welcome to Music at Witton
Throughout your musical learning journey you will develop your skills in performance, composition, listening and appraising alongside enriching your communication skills. A new year in music means new topics for you to discover, try your best always and you will achieve!
Autumn Term 1:
Year 5, Elements of Music.
What are the Elements of Music?
Year 6, Rhythms of Africa.
What is an ostinato?
Year 7, Rap Music.
Who is Pig Meat Markham?
Make A Change Join the Music Council!
If you have musical ideas and what to support the department download an application and hand in to Mrs Savage. All abilities welcome!
APPLICATIONS CLOSED FOR 2020-2021
Pending decision about this years council.
Do you want to learn an instrument? Complete the application below.
Did you know that playing an instrument makes you smarter?...Don't just take my word for it! Do the research click the link! https://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/reasons-to-play-a-musical-instrument/
At Witton we provide instrumental lessons in:
(Click the links for more information)
- Brass and Strings to be confirmed (please enquire)
We really want to increase numbers and talent ready for our extra curricular clubs and performances. Be prepared for when we can start activities like orchestra, band and choir again.
Don't see your instrument? Come and enquire with Mrs Savage, we want to diversify our instrumentation.
Instrumental Lesson Timetable- These times may change so check on the 'Music Notice Board' for any updates.
Mrs Savage's Song Suggestion!
I am going to post weekly videos of a huge range of music! Have a listen and let me know what you think. You can get Epraise points for your responses.
Some of these songs will be completely new and others you may know very well.
Wow! Congratulations to Samuel in year 6 who achieved his 'Rock School Grade 1' on the Electric Guitar! With an exceptional grade of Merit, just 3 marks from a Distinction. Everyone at Witton is so proud of you. Keep up the great work!
Samuel has weekly guitar lessons with Mr McCreadie who couldn't be prouder of his student.