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Music lessons at St Leonard's follow the Charanga Musical School Scheme, a resource provided through subscription via the Lancashire Music Service.

Overview of music provision for the relevant Keystage can be downloaded below.

 Unit Overview KS1.pdfDownload
 Unit Overview KS2.pdfDownload
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Documents detailing end of Key Stage expectations in musical learning.

 End of Key Stage Expectations (Expected Musical Learning for Key Stage 1, Year 2).pdfDownload
 End of Key Stage Expectations (Expected Musical Learning for Upper Key Stage 2, Year 6).pdfDownload
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St Leonard's Music Policy

 Music 2019.pdfDownload
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Carol Service 2019

Our school choir and talented musicians gave a wonderful performance at the carol service in church.

Highlights from the service have been uploaded in the video below

St Leonard's Sings

In June 2019, a sound engineer came to our school to make a CD recording all of the children, either playing an instrument or singing songs.

Listen to a compilation of extracts from the final CD below.  The CD includes our Reception class sing ‘I Can Sing A Rainbow’, Year 3 play their recorders and sing ‘Mamma Mia’, Year 4 play their brass instruments and the choir and Year 5 sing a selection of songs that they have been learning.

If you would like to purchase a copy of the complete CD they are available from the school office for £3.

Year 4 Brass Tuition

Our Lancashire Music Service (LMS) provision also includes whole class practical instrumental music making for our Year 4 children, as part of their curriculum entitlement, through their Wider Opportunities Scheme.

Through the scheme, all our Year 4 children are loaned (free of charge) a brass instrument (trumpet, cornet or baritone) for a whole year and receive weekly expert tuition from Mrs Julie Rayton, an LMS teacher.

The children are given the opportunity to showcase their instrument learning, to their families, through two concerts during the year.

Mrs Rayton has been very impressed with the progress the children have made.  This progress was highlighted in their first concert held at the end of the Spring Term.  

A video compilation of the songs they performed and sang at the concert can be viewed on our Gallery page. 

'COOL' week singing workshop with Key Stage 1 children.

Elm and Holly class have been working very hard, learning to play recorders. We think they're doing a fantastic job.

Choir and Parent Singing Workshop

Members of our school choir, parents and Rev Tracy came together, during Cool Week 1, for a singing workshop.

What a beautiful sound they made!