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Providing Ks1 & 2 music lessons on PP with activity notes, resources and ideas in a simple to use and engaging way. Simply plug and play. We also provide a complete school primary curriculum framework system that includes all lessons and runs from Y1 to Y6. It identifies gaps in learning whilst following the curriculum and automatically measures and demonstrates progress in primary music education. Be sure to follow the series of lessons in numerical order for positive results.

Providing Ks1 & 2 music lessons on PP with activity notes, resources and ideas in a simple to use and engaging way. Simply plug and play. We also provide a complete school primary curriculum framework system that includes all lessons and runs from Y1 to Y6. It identifies gaps in learning whilst following the curriculum and automatically measures and demonstrates progress in primary music education. Be sure to follow the series of lessons in numerical order for positive results.
Music SEN final session The African Project Performance
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Music SEN final session The African Project Performance

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session Final, where we use our skills and learning in a collective perormance.
Ks2 Music session 9 The Classical Period
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Ks2 Music session 9 The Classical Period

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Session 9 takes a deep look at the classical period with great links, notes, pictures questions and debate. We look at composers, instruments, orchestra’s and styles of the period and the reasons behind these changes prompting great debate and discussion.
Ks1 music lessons 'beat' session 1
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Ks1 music lessons 'beat' session 1

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A fantastic simple to use PP for your lesson on beat. Including activity notes/ideas and fun. Covering the interrelated dimensions of music, this really is an easy to deliver lesson for the least experienced teacher in music or a fantastic interactive lesson for the more confident. A quick read through of the notes and your ready to go within 10 minutes. The links work fine if you already have youtube open and in any case, you can simply copy and paste. These lessons will naturally build your own subject knowledge as you move through the complete set of lessons and the final session demonstrates progress in all aims and expectations of Ks1 music curriculum. If you follow our lessons throughout Ks1 you will have covered everything, identified gaps in learning, demonstrated progress and completed the expected curriculum. Follow our primary music lessons throughout Ks1 & 2 and you will of met all aims and expectations of the national curriculum! and had some great fun whilst delivering the lessons.
Ks2 An Introduction to music & where it came from. session 1
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Ks2 An Introduction to music & where it came from. session 1

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These Ks2 power points are designed to drip feed information and understanding of music through questions, debate and discussion. There are notes to accompany the powerpoints and some great links. The lessons are designed in such a way that each Powerpoint can take several lessons with discussion and often link to expected learning in Ks2 history. The lessons follow the expected learning of music in Ks2 and follow the national curriculum. These are very relaxed lessons with interesting facts, people and social settings through history and take us right up to the modern day composers and music technology. This first set of sessions looks at: Where music came from. What it is. How we harnessed sound and early music BCE.
Ks1 Music lessons 'dynamics' session 4
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Ks1 Music lessons 'dynamics' session 4

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A fantastic simple to use PP for your lesson on dynamics. Including activity notes/ideas and fun, this really is an easy to deliver lesson for the least experienced teacher in music or a fantastic interactive lesson for the more confident. A quick read through of the notes and your ready to go within 10 minutes. The links work fine if you already have youtube open and in any case, you can simply copy and paste. These lessons will naturally build your own subject knowledge as you move through the complete set of lessons and the final session demonstrates progress in all aims and expectations of Ks1 music curriculum. If you follow our lessons throughout Ks1 you will have covered everything, identified gaps in learning, demonstrated progress and completed the expected curriculum. Have fun! Loads of fun to be had here with natural acoustics etc!
Ks2 Music session 18 20th Century Development
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Ks2 Music session 18 20th Century Development

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In this final session we look at the development of music in the 20th century and include modern composers such as Hanz Zimmer, Mike Oldfield, Vangelis and Ennio Morricone. The notes once again prompt some great debate and discussion with the class.
Music SEN session 4 Dynamics
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Music SEN session 4 Dynamics

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 4 Dynamics
Music SEN  Session 1 Beat
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Music SEN Session 1 Beat

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 1 Beat
A PowerPoint on Music expectation in Primary schools. Get Ready!
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A PowerPoint on Music expectation in Primary schools. Get Ready!

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A power Point presentation so important to all primary schools about expectation in music, and an introduction of a new curriculum framework system available prior to OFSTED including music in assessing the overall standard of your school. Download for free and take a look. If you decide to purchase the system this PP could be used to introduce the system during an inset session. There is a cross parliamentary movement to include music in measure within 12 months.
Music SEN session 3 Pitch
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Music SEN session 3 Pitch

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 3 Pitch
Music SEN session 5 Texture
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Music SEN session 5 Texture

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 5 Texture
Music SEN session 6 Timbre & Tempo
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Music SEN session 6 Timbre & Tempo

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 6 Timbre & Tempo
Music SEN session 7 Structure & Duration
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Music SEN session 7 Structure & Duration

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 7 Structure & Duration
Ks2 Music session 2 From the Lyre to the Laser Harp
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Ks2 Music session 2 From the Lyre to the Laser Harp

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Session 2 takes an overview with great links pictures, discussion and debate at music from the start to where we are today and how important music is in our lives. The notes guide us through the powerpoints with super questions etc. Leading to a deeper understanding of the history of music.
Ks2 Music session 17 The Modern Era- Advancement & Invention
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Ks2 Music session 17 The Modern Era- Advancement & Invention

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In session 17 we look at the modern era with the invention of film and a change in technique. A composer we look at is Debussy. This is another explosion of culture in history and music. Great links and good debate and discussion brought to life in the classroom with the notes that accompany this session.
Collective Worship song High in the Sky
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Collective Worship song High in the Sky

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Here we have a lovely collective worship song for your school. This was co- written by children in year 3. You could make up your own actions and moves to this song with great lyrics to link actions. This is a real morning feel good song to sing along in assembly. Good luck with your moves!
School Nativity Play 'One Chocolate Away' New for 2021
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School Nativity Play 'One Chocolate Away' New for 2021

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Here you can download and read through this wonderful new advent nativity play. The play and songs can be fully auditioned on our website and this is the only place where the complete package with practice versions of the songs and performance versions of the songs are included. Also included in the package ( delivered on flash drive to your school) are prop guidance notes, song sheets and everything you need to perform the play, including the licence to perform. Please visit www.onechocolateaway.com to audition the play and decide if this wonderful new play can be premiered by your school this year. The play is limited to 200 packs this year so please order early if you wish to perform this year. The download on here is for you to read through and decide if you wish to visit the above website to audition the play whereby you can then make a decision to purchase. There are a few practice versions of some songs for the play! Imagine that final dance whilst throwing chocolates into the audience!!!
Music SEN session 2 Rhythm
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Music SEN session 2 Rhythm

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These music sessions have been designed specifically from our Ks1 curriculum and engineered to benefit and inspire music education in a SEN setting. Delivered on PowerPoint with separate notes and activity sheets they really engage in a fun way with children of all abilities and increase a teacher’s subject knowledge in the interrelated dimensions of music naturally as the program progresses. Please follow the lessons in numerical order throughout the course as the children learn and experience all dimensions whilst having much fun along the way. The final lessons are a collective collaboration of writing and performing their own African chant where progress can be measured, and a real sense of achievement felt by all whilst demonstrating what they have learned in music. Session 2 Rhythm