Sing Up for schools with students aged 4 – 18

Why Sing Up?

Singing improves students' learning, confidence, well-being and social development. Sing Up's unparalleled Song Bank has a huge choice of songs specially arranged to promote good vocal health for young and developing voices. Our wide range of resources are designed to help you use singing to support learning in the classroom or to act as a complete foundation for singing across the school.

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'Sing Up is a fantastic, comprehensive resource that I can use for all my music classes and choirs.'

Sing Up for full-age range schools includes

Music Curriculum

Sing Up Music is a complete online primary music curriculum resource for nursery to Year 6. Includes listening, singing, playing, improvising, and composing units plus a Developing Musicianship Toolkit, and Play Ukulele activities.

Specially developed units of work, our Music Projects use the voice to explore musical concepts with 11- to 18-year olds. You’ll find topics such as songwriting, minimalism, vocal textures and chords and cadences.

Song Bank

Sing Up’s online Song Bank is bursting with songs for young and developing singers in a huge range of styles and is constantly being added to. We have pop songs and well-known songs from stage and screen, choral, gospel, folk and traditional songs – all vocally and lyrically appropriate for the age group.

Search by age, style, theme, subject, scoring or music topic to find the song you need. Or browse our Top Tens and playlists for ideas then use our high-quality rehearsal and backing tracks to get started.

Songs for choirs

You'll find songs for all kinds of choirs from very young beginners to chamber choirs and a cappella groups. WIth so much choice, we'll help you find what you're searching for with ready-made playlists. Plus, you can search by style, type of song, age, choir voicing and preview scores and audio tracks too.

We'll help you rehearse and prepare for concerts with ease, so whether your students learn by ear, read notation or do both, our songs include practice tools such as rehearsal and backing tracks, a range of scores, teaching notes and scrolling notation. Our teaching notes and vocal leadership advice support those who may be generalist teachers or are less confident singers.

Interactive notation display

Our Whiteboard Mode shows scrolling notation and lyrics, synced with audio tracks. Displaying the notation on screen while your students are singing along will help them to become familiar with notated music and develop their musical understanding.

Other features include the ability to adjust a song's key and tempo and view different visualisations, including a keyboard, waveform and mixer where you can solo and mute audio tracks and select notated parts to view. The Whiteboard Mode allows you to be handsfree and flexible for a dynamic classroom environment.

Songs and resources for everyday singing

Sing Up's songs will help you explore assembly themes and values such as friendship, resilience, kindness, responsibility, respect, gratitude and tolerance, as well as the school calendar fixtures like Harvest and Christmas. Choose from our selection of assembly plans or musicals and nativities from The School Musicals Company to add some sparkle to your community celebrations.

Sing your way through the school day. Punctuate your routines like lining up, circle time and taking the register, with singing. Have fun with singing games in the playground or dive into a science, maths, history or literacy topic with a song.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Singing is for everyone and one of the most inclusive activities you can do in your classroom. Sing Up's resources will help you to involve all your pupils, including those with special educational needs.

Signed videos (BSL and Makaton), Clicker 5&6 and VOCA resources and Braille scores support young people to be part of whole-class music making and singing.

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