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At St Dominic’s, we want every child to be happy and enthusiastic learners of Music and to be eager to achieve their very best in order to fulfil their God-given talents. We firmly believe that the recipe for success is high quality teaching in Music, which is central to the life of our happy, caring school. 



We use the Charanga Model Music Curriculum scheme to deliver music lessons.

    What our children say about Music at St Dominic's:

    "We've been playing the recorder this year. Our teacher has been helping us to learn new notes, but we also make sure we go over the notes we have already learnt too."


    "We learn music so that we can be more musical and learn new things."


    "We learn different types of music and can learn instruments. We can learn about musicians and composers too." 


    "I enjoy Music because it brings everyone together."


    "I enjoy hearing everyone trying and having fun, whilst at the same time learning an instrument together." 

     Ukulele Concert for families


    Ukulele lessons 


    WCET Concert

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    Year 3 celebrated their fantastic musical achievements in the WCET Music Performance . In front of family and other schools, they showed how hard they have worked and how much they have enjoyed their ukulele lessons this year. Well done, Year 3!

    Year 5 Manchester Camerata trip

    Year 5 took part in the Manchester Camerata performance at the Gatehouse Theatre. They composed and sang their own song based on the Roald Dahl book The Twits. They were absolutely amazing! Well done, Year 5.


    You can watch their performance here:

    The Twits - Manchester Camerata.mp4

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    Music lessons across the school





    Year 2



    Year 3 - Ukulele lessons with Entrust



    Year 4 - Recorders