Sing Up Music

Sing Up Music

Primary Music Curriculum

Schemes of work

Sing Up Music is our Primary Music Curriculum that supports you to deliver a creative, varied, and engaging programme of high-quality classroom music, right across the primary school.

Our resources support a creative and active musical approach to lessons, connecting singing and playing, composing and improvising, listening and appraising. Sing Up Music is accessible for all those teaching and delivering music in primary settings – for music and non-music specialists alike.

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Mapped against the curriculum

Sing Up Music meets the requirements of both the National Curriculum for Music Programmes of Study and the Model Music Curriculum, and will support you with your deep dive Ofsted inspections. 

You will find an overview of each unit mapped against the National Curriculum and the Model Music Curriculum – an 'at-a-glance' view of how outcomes can be delivered for every year group.

Ready-made PowerPoint presentations

Each Sing Up Music unit comes with a customisable PowerPoint presentation, featuring audio and video clips and all the teaching information you need for classroom delivery. 

Our ambitious resources are fun and engaging for pupils and save time for teachers.

Easy-to-use listening units

These units support musical learning through listening to music, including and in addition to musical works on the Model Music Curriculum List.

Our listening units give pupils understanding of the cultural, social, and historical context of music, helping them to develop active listening skills, to learn the language of music, and providing a broad and diverse experience of music. 

Musical development

The development of musicianship skills is embedded into every unit, with additional musicianship units coming soon to support the teaching of the elements of music.

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