Subject Leader: Miss Moxon

Music Policy

Our Music Intent

We aim to deliver a high-quality Music curriculum which provides foundations for Music. Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. As pupils progress, they should develop a critical engagement with music, allowing them to compose, and to listen with discrimination to the best in the musical canon.


Here are our Key Vocabulary Progression Pyramids for Music

Pupil Voice:

                     What have you been learning in music? What music do you like to listen to?


"We sing nursery rhymes. And, sea songs, little fishes."

"12345 once I caught a fish alive."

"We do dancing to music. I like music."



"Big Red Combine Harvester, Pumpkin Head. I liked them all. And gathering lots of pears. We can do the actions."

"Big Red Combine Harvester."

"I like Sonic music."

"Mr Warnock. I like music because it's fun."

Year 1:

"I've been singing yesterday outside, I was singing a witches song."

"We learned Mr Warnock's favourite song."

"I like 'Hey I Just Met You'."

"I think I like some calm music, like this." (music in the corridor)

Year 2:

"We do music with Mr Warnock. We do Harvest Praise. He gets us to listen to what we think in our heads."

"Hand and my feet and my heart song."

"We've been doing music lessons with Mr Warnock. We listen to it and then once we listen we stand up and do actions to the beats."

"We've been doing lots of singing."

"Other music from other languages."


If you have any questions about how we teach music at Martin Frobisher Infant School, please ask your child's class teacher or see Miss Moxon or Mr Warnock (Music Leaders)...