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10 things to know about learning Music (Music Mark)

Music Policy - Our Statement of Intent for Music

Music Curriculum overview for Nursery and Preschool

Music Curriculum overview for Reception

Music in the classes - learning Musical vocabulary.

Application of musical skills within lessons. We use Charanga as a resource to enrich our music sessions.

Rock Steady Music in school


This year at Brookhouse Primary School, we have introduced a new enhancement to excite and enrich our children's learning of Music. Alongside our music lessons and Wider Opportunites, we have given parents and children the opportunity to be part of the Rock Steady Music service. All year groups, including parents attended a Rock Steady workshop to see what the service was all about. Our trained music teacher Mike from Rock Steady has been in to school to create and produce our very own rock bands! 

 Our next Brookhouse Rock and Roll concert is being held in the main school hall Wednesday 1st April and parents of those children in the Rock Steady bands are welcome to join us!

The whole school really enjoy to watch such amazing live music performed by our very own Brookhouse pupils.

We are so proud of them and their achievements to master a variety of musical instruments.

Please remember that if you would like your children to take part in this great opportunity please come to see Mrs Cowell or ask at our office to find out more information. 

Wider Opportunities in school (provided by our Music Hub)


As part of our wider opportunities here at Brookhouse Primary School, the Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils have learnt how to play a particular instrument each week within their music lessons. Working alongside our links and contacts with Bolton Music services, the school provides opportunities for children to apply their musical skills on a variety of musical instruments including recorders, flutes and clarinet. 

In Key Stage 2, we nurture musical talent and provide opportunities for skills to be developed. This is through discrete music lessons, extra-curricular activities and visits to hear or play alongside quality live music.