Pipworth Community

Congratulations to Pipworth Community Primary School in top 3% of schools nationally for progress measures- Rt.Hon Nick Gibb MP September 2020 Primary PE School of the Year 2021 - LINKS Partnership Group South YorkshireUNICEF Rights Respecting School-Silver Award 2022

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Pipworth Community

Primary School

Pipworth Community


Article 28: I have a right to an education.

Article 29: I have a right to be supported to achieve in education.

Article 31: I have a right to relax and play.


Music is a powerful, unique form of communication that can change the way children feel, think and act and it promotes children’s spiritual, moral social and cultural development.

The learning of music in our school helps develop an awareness and appreciation of musical traditions, from the past and present, in a variety of cultures and societies. The teaching of music develops children’s ability to listen and appreciate a wide variety of music and to make judgments about musical quality. It encourages active involvement in different forms of music making, both as individuals and in groups, developing a sense of identity and togetherness. It also supports self-discipline and creativity. We work closely with music teachers from within the city and provide our pupils with opportunities to watch and take part in ‘live’ musical performances both in and out of school.

Music Policy

Music Overview

National Curriculum

Sample Unit Overview

Sample Vocabulary List

Sample Knowledge Organiser