A step-by-step approach to teaching music in your school
The Musical School International Scheme provides teachers with week-by-week lessons for each year group in the school, from ages 4–11.
Used by 41,000 specialist and non-specialist teachers globally, it provides lesson plans, assessment, clear progression and exciting whiteboard resources for every lesson.
Musical School International Learning
The learning within this Scheme is based on:
- Listening and Appraising
- Musical Activities — creating and exploring
- Singing, Playing Instruments and Performing
Everything is clearly and simply explained and the planning support is extensive.
Interactive Teaching Resources
Because the on-screen resources are so visual, supportive and everything is at your fingertips, each lesson is full of music and the children enjoy every moment.
Musical School International Assessment
We’ve looked at all the great thinking that has been done on assessment and created an easy-to-use framework that’s perfectly suited for both music specialists and non-musicians.
In essence, there are three aspects to the assessment:
- Descriptors for the expected musical learning against which to assess
- One-page lesson plans with the facility for you to formatively (continuously) assess
- A digital evidence storage facility to help you build a musical profile for classes and individuals
We constantly seek to improve what we do and in response to the feedback we receive from teachers.
Among other things, we regularly refresh the Musical School Scheme, adding more progressive Listening & Appraising and Musical Activities to give you more variety and to challenge students of all ages. Everything is designed to give you flexibility when you need it most and to help you plan for the academic year ahead.
New units are published throughout the year to inspire and to keep children engaged. They will include Music and Identity, the culmination of our partnership with the Brighter Sound music charity. This unit embraces many of the challenges facing young people today and focuses on the roles and achievements of women in the music industry.
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“Charanga has enabled us to do many more whole-class instrumental programmes with some excellent and engaging resources. The children love to continue their learning at home with Yumu, as well as combining performance, composition and improvisation skills when learning the songs and pieces from the Scheme. A brilliant enhancement to our curriculum.”
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