Our Primary Music homeschooling course covers the requirements of the Key Stage 2 English National Curriculum over the course of 4 years.
Primary Level Music is a fun and innovative course, allowing our students to not only learn about the world of music, but also to learn an instrument and read notation. Everyone will start at the beginning to ensure that they become confident, well rounded musicians, with the confidence to sight read music independently. If the student can already read music and plays another instrument then there is the possibility to start with Year 4.
Music can often be seen as an exclusive subject, this course unlocks the door to make music accessible for everyone regardless of ability. We hope you will enjoy the journey of exploring this wonderful world.Enquire Now
The course covers a number of different musical elements:
All students will be given a recorder in which to learn as part of a module each year. Students will gain practical experience of learning an instrument, as well as gaining the theory skills required. They will explore the history of music, enjoy singing a variety of different genres of music, and perform regularly to friends and family. By Year 6 students will be at an ABRSM Grade 3 recorder and theory standard.
In addition to music theory and the recorder, in Year 3, students will get to know the orchestra through some fabulous pieces of music. In Year 4 students will embark on a singing project to help with performance and aural skills. Year 5 explores film music, and Year 6 includes The Fabulous History of Music. Throughout each year there are many opportunities for composition, music listening and performance.
The fee for our Primary Music homeschooling course each subject per year (Year 3, 4, 5 or 6) is £450 by instalments or £427 in full. Read more about our fees here. To find out what our fees include please click here. To find out how to pay and about our 30-day refund policy please click here.Primary Fees Calculator
Ava has been developing discipline and self-taught information enquiring skills throughout the months doing home school, which she never had in school. We came to realize that it is actually a good bonding opportunity to help her adjust to the studying method in the beginning. We are pleased to see her studying and preparing assignment without being asked of even in her free time. We find confidence and independence in her. Credits go to yourself and the tutors who have been helping her. I hope her interest in acquiring knowledge and the skills that she developed for herself will become her lifelong asset.
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I love giving my students the tools to become independent learners and achieve their next steps. I particularly enjoy supporting those pupils who find learning in the ‘usual’ way challenging.BEd Subject: English, Geography, History, Maths, Music, Science View Profile