Music is the universal language of all cultures and identities and surrounds our everyday life. At All Hallows we believe that ‘Music is for all’. We aim for all students to develop lifelong transferable skills of creativity, identity and personality throughout their time studying with us.
We focus on the three main areas of Performance, Composition and Appraising within music lessons, studying over a variety of mediums and technologies new and old; giving constant feedback helps our students develop as musicians, allowing skills such as confidence, expression, courage, respect and self-discipline to develop through their work.
We want our curriculum to have breadth and depth to it, allowing students to develop knowledge of different cultural histories within music and how they affect the global world in which we live.
We offer students the opportunity to pursue their interests with a rich and diverse programme of extra-curricular options, giving students the chance to perform in concerts, both as large scale ensembles or in a solo setting. Students have the opportunity to see music within its live context as well as taking their own performances to the public, both in and out of the UK – in previous years we have visited Prague, Italy and France.
Through all of this, we aim for our students to be able to enjoy and appreciate music as an essential part of their lives, as well as giving them the life skills to unlock their full potential as the musicians and educators of tomorrow.
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