At Nene and Ramnoth School, children have the opportunity to develop their musical knowledge, understanding and skills. Teachers follow the Cambridgeshire Music Programme of Study ‘Charanga’ which shows progression throughout the school in listening, composing, performing and appraising music. Children have access to a range of tuned and untuned percussion instruments, including a class set of glockenspiels, as well as other musical resources to support their learning. Children listen to a wide variety of musical genres from different cultures and learn about the history of music.
The children love to sing in weekly music assemblies, school performances, and at many other times. Nursery and Early Years use music as an integral part of their daily learning, using songs throughout the day to help with routines and learning.
We have a school choir, open to our Key Stage 2 children. They rehearse together once a week and have performed in our assemblies for the other children. During May 2022, they took part in the 'Young Voices' Event at the O2 Arena with other primary school children from across the country.