Listening and Appraising
Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with increasing aural memory (Y5h)
Planning and Composing
Compose complex rhythms from an increasing aural memory (Y5a)
Performing and improvisation
Improvise with increasing confidence using own voice, rhythms and varied pitch (Y5c)
Sing as part of an ensemble with increasing confidence and precision (Y5d)
Play and perform in solo or ensemble contexts with some accuracy, control, fluency and expression (Y5e)
Musical Language/Reading and Writing Music
Use and develop an understanding of formal, written notation which includes staff, semibreves and dotted crotchets (Y5f)
Discussion, Feelings, History and emotions.
Develop an increasing understanding of the history and context of music (Y5g)
Dimensions and Structure
Understand how pulse, rhythm and pitch work together (Y5b)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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