- Our Learning Challenge Curriculum
- Curriculum Map
- Physical Education
- Art and Design
- Design and Technology
- Religious Education
- Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL)
- Awards, Rewards and Praise
- Themed Weeks
- Inclusions Week
- Enterprise Week
- One World Arts Week
- Healthy Living and Keeping Safe Week
- Book Week
High quality music education enables life-long participation in, and enjoyment of, music, as well as well as underpinning excellence and understanding across all other subject areas.
Here at Fairfield we recognise the importance of providing a rich and exciting music curriculum for our children. Music actively plays an important role in the academic and social development of children and as such is given the importance it deserves.
Each child is taught our music curriculum by a dedicated music specialist teacher which involves listening, composing and performing through an exciting and contemporary scheme. Singing takes place throughout the school by way of: whole class teaching; class assemblies; annual production/nativity and after school clubs with children regularly performing to audiences - peers and parents/carers.
In Years 5 and 6, children have the opportunity to specialise in a brass instrument of their choice and are taught by a brass band specialist each week. This is in addition to their curriculum lessons.
In addition to this we are working closely with Warrington Music Services who provide us with peripatetic music specialists who come in to school to teach whole class instrumental lessons.
Here are some links to music sites that may be of interest:
Playing Recorder with Mr Moss