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Music at Hambrough

Our aim at Hambrough Primary School is to offer a diverse musical curriculum which is fun and educational for our pupils.  We know that music reflects the culture and society we live in, and so our teaching and learning of music aims to enable pupils to better understand the world.  Our music curriculum aims to equip pupils with the necessary knowledge, skills and understanding to be able to create, play, perform confidently and make judgements about the quality of music. In so doing, we desire that our pupils develop craftsmanship; applying musical skills and techniques purposefully and be able to communicate and reason musically.

Our pupils are provided with opportunities to explore the work of a diverse range of composers from whom they can glean inspiration and learn musical techniques. We aim that the study of music will support our pupils to understand its impact on shaping cultures and societies.


Our curriculum allows pupils to develop the following disciplinary skills within the domain of Music:

  • Singing
  • Playing and composing
  • Listening and appraising
  • Communicate as a musician
  • Vocabulary


The following categories of knowledge are used to support pupil retention of information by fostering the development of schemas:

  • Historical period
  • Great composers
  • Genre
  • Musical style
  • Musical process
  • Musical traditions

Click here to view our Music subject overview 

Click here to view our Guitar subject overview 

RRSA Article 28: You have the right to a  good quality education.                                              

We are really proud of our school choir at Hambrough  and would like to share a video of their performance at Featherstone High with you all. 




Hambrough Primary School choir are proud to present the song ‘Solutions’ by Sophia Dady. The song supports the fight against climate change. 

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