Music at Shuttleworth College provides an inspiring environment for pupils to study.

Our friendly atmosphere reflects a close-knit community of staff and students working together, and students benefit from peripatetic lessons, as well as small-group teaching and music clubs, all delivered by passionate staff all who are practising musicians or composers.

Our facilities include an auditorium, practice rooms, and a recording studio. With a number of small ensembles, bands, choirs, and clubs, the Music department offers a superb place for students to develop their musical understanding.

Click here for 5 year curriculum map

Key Stage 3 Knowledge Organisers
Music Literacy Toolkit Knowledge Organiser 1
Music Literacy Toolkit Knowledge Organiser 2

Year 7
Learning Journeys
Form & Structure – Learning Journey
Half Term 2 Learning Journey – Rhythm
Half Term 3 Learning Journey – Grade 1 Challenge
Half Term 4 Learning Journey – Form and Structure
Half Term 5 Learning Journey – Band Skills
Half Term 6 Learning Journey – Samba

Knowledge Organisers
Form & Structure – Knowledge Organiser
Y7 Music Knowledge Organisers

Year 8
Learning Journeys
Half Term 2 Learning Journey – Sight- Reading
Half Term 3 Learning Journey – Variations
Half Term 4 Learning Journey – Reggae
Half Term 5 Learning Journey – Band skills
Half Term 6 Learning Journey – Soundtracks

Knowledge Organisers
Knowledge organiser sight reading
Y8 Music Knowledge Organisers

Year 9
Learning Journeys
Half Term 2 Learning Journey – ensemble
Half Term 3 Learning Journey – Song Writing
Half Term 4 Learning Journey – Dance Music
Half Term 5 Learning Journey – Create your own song

Knowledge Organisers
Y9 Music Knowledge Organisers

Year 10
Half Term 2 Learning Journey- Music for ensemble
Half Term 3 Learning Journey – Pop Music and Africa
Half Term 4 Learning Journey – Film Music

Year 11
Half Term 2 Learning Journey – Pop Music and Africa
Half Term 3 Learning Journey – Music for ensemble
Half Term 4 Learning journey – Music for film and revision

GCSE
Knowledge Organisers
Form structure
Harmony
Melody
Metre
Musical Styles
Rhythm
Scales
Sonority
Tempo
Texture
Tonality
Bach-Badinerie
Toto- Africa

Music KS3/KS4 Intervention

Contact:

Mr. M. Olyott
molyott@shuttleworth.lancs.sch.uk

“Where words fail, music speaks.”

Hans Christian Anderson

“Music is my main goal in life, when I grow up I want to become a professional musician, I love that I can come in every break time to practice and get better.”

Paul, Year 9