Performance, composition and listening are embedded throughout all the years of study and form the prism through which pupils will explore Western and non-Western styles of music.
The music curriculum at the University of Birmingham School is designed to integrate and continually develop the three key strands of musical learning – performance, composition and listening. These are embedded throughout all the years of study and form the prism through which pupils will explore Western and non-Western styles of music, develop their individual instrumental and music technology skills and develop their ability to perform individually and as part of an ensemble.
By the end of Key Stage 3, all students should be able to perform with confidence on an instrument, compose music for different purposes and be able to analyse a range of unfamiliar music using key musical terminology and concepts. These are the fundamentals to success at GCSE and A Level music.
Instrumental & Vocal Tuition
Please use the links below to sign up for instrumental or vocal tuition for the academic year 2019 – 2020. You can find further information about our tuition, including terms and conditions and financial commitments here: Music at UoB School 2019-2020 – Information Booklet.
Ms A Argyropulo-Palmer – Maternity /
Mr D Norris (Acting Subject Leader)
Admissions enquiriese: email@example.com