Music at Home
Weekly activities, ideas and resources for continuing music learning from home – for all ages and stages of education.
Music is a great means of encouraging creativity in children and young people. It allows them to express emotions and have the confidence to experiment with their own musical ideas and sounds.
We are committed to bringing all children a range of activities that can be done at home to enable musical learning to continue through the next few weeks and months that we're all at home.
We have picked a range of musical activities and will publish these every Monday during term time.
- All of our activities are accessible and specifically designed for each stage of education
- Don't forget to save our page as a favourite and come back every week for a new set of activities
Share your work with us!
We'd love to see the work you've done! Head over to our Facebook Page to send us a message or use this direct link to our messenger and share your pictures and videos. We'll try to reply to all messages, and will choose some examples to share with our followers on a regular basis.
Other online resources...
A number of organisations provide some excellent advice and resources for music learning at home. We will continue to look out for these and provide links below...
BBC Ten Pieces
Ten PiecesBBC Ten Pieces opens up the world of classical music to 7-14 year olds. Explore our exciting films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements & live events!
BBC Bring the Noise
A range of free, fun and simple online music resources that can be used flexibly at home or in the classroom. Aimed to inspire and engage children aged 4 to 7, the website offers interactive and inclusive activities for EYFS, KS1 and SEND pupils.
Sing Up has been working on a new Home Schooling Area of their website, which houses songs, videos and activities for teachers to download. You can view some of the resources without an account or Membership with them but will be able to access more as a Member.
MusicFirst are offering free temporary licenses of some of their software including Soundtrap and Noteflight , as well as low cost upgrades/extensions to the renowned product Focus on Sound (used in around 800 secondary schools).
Out of the Ark
Out of the Ark are sharing free resources to help you build a daily singing routine. They’ll be providing songs for activities/challenges for teachers and parents to use in the coming weeks and full Words on Screen™ Videos of selected songs together with some activities to go with each song.
Beat Goes On
Beat Goes On are running online Body Beats body percussion sessions streaming live daily