The study of music engages and inspires pupils to develop a love of music and nurture their talent as musicians. This in turn helps to increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement, so that pupils eventually develop a critical engagement with music, allowing them to compose, perform, listen and appraise. Music is taught at Key Stage 3, as part of the Music and Drama carousel.
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Internal assessments take place every half-term.
Playing a musical instrument has huge benefits. It is good for academic progress, improving concentration and organisational skills, and developing self‐esteem, confidence and social skills. The Academy offers a wide range of peripatetic music lessons and pupils have the opportunity to play a variety of instruments, both during and after school. The Academy also has a choir, and pupils have the opportunity to perform for both their peers and the public.