Music at Langton Green Primary School

Here at Langton Green Primary School, we pride ourselves in offering an outstanding musical curriculum to all, led by two experienced specialist music teachers. Children enjoy a wide range of musical experiences.

Children can participate in orchestra, choir and steel pans. Children can also opt to have private lessons in guitar, piano, violin and a selection of wind instruments - more information on this can be found here.

Last year, pupils enjoyed a fantastic and fun-packed music week, when all children experienced playing a variety of musical instruments. Additionally, specialist teachers organized a musical concert showcasing the extraordinary talents of our children. Parents and other students enjoyed a spectacular show.

Our curriculum also provides high quality whole class music lessons.

We pride ourselves on the quality and diversity of music tuition at our school, and are continually looking for ways to extend it. We would like to see as many children as possible learning to play a musical instrument and performing in front of others at school.

Our primary aim is for every child to love music and delight in the diverse range of music that exists.

Music provision is a real strength of the school. The following opportunities are available for children; this list is not exhaustive, please speak to the school if you would like to know more.

  • Music lessons and singing assemblies with our specialist music teachers, Mrs Yvonne Smith and Mrs Elisa Harrod. These teachers offer musical exposure to KS1 and KS2 children of all abilities.
  • Orchestra and Steel Pans Club run by Mrs Yvonne Smith.
  • Guitar lessons are available with Paul Churchwood.
  • Violin lessons are available with Fiona Johnson and Elisa Harrod
  • Wind instrument lessons with Effie Sparkhall
  • Piano lessons with Alison Jenks and Elisa Harrod

The school choir is led by Mrs Elisa Harrod. They take part in various concerts and performances within and out of school. Mrs Tina Bone also offers a singing club to the infants.

The chance to perform as a singer or an instrumentalist at a special event, such as our Summer Concert. The video clip above are taken from the 2016 event.

The chance to perform an instrumental or singing piece to the whole school during our termly assemblies.

Exposure to a wide range of carefully chosen pieces that are played at the start and end of assembly four days a week. Children hear classical music, jazz, world music and the occasional pop tune.

Special events including the Summer Concert, Harvest Festival, Christmas Carol Concert and School Productions.

Children participate in the Wider Opportunities Scheme, where all Year 3 children are taught recorders by a specialist teacher.

This year we are taking our Year 5 & 6 children to take part in the ‘Young Voices’ singing event at the O2 Arena, an enriching experience that we are privileged and very excited to be involved with.