Key Files, Policies & Reports

Title Download
Academy Data 2019 Download
Admissions Guidance for Parents Download
Admissions Policy 2020 Download
Admissions Policy 2021 Download
Attendance Parent Leaflet Download
Behaviour Policy Addendum June 2020 Download
Charging & Remissions Policy Download
Combined Data Protection and FOI Policy Download
Combined Data Protection and FOI Policy (July 19) Download
Complaints Flowchart Download
Complaints Policy 2019 Download
Equality Matrix 18 Download
Equality policy 18 Download
GDPR Information Download
Inclusion Policy - September 2018 Download
PDET SEND Policy 2019 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2018 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2019 Download
Primary PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 2020 Download
Privacy Notice - Parents (July 19) Download
Privacy Notice - Pupils (July 19) Download
Promoting Fundamental British Values Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2018-19 Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2019-20 Download
Pupil Premium Strategy 2020-2021 Download
Pupil Premium Update 2017-18 Download
Pytchley Pupil Premium 2020-2021 Download
Pytchley SIAMS Judgement Report Download
Pytchley SIAMS Report June 2016 Download
Radicalisation Extremism Policy 2019 Download
Religious Education Policy 18 Download
Religious Education Policy 2018 Download
Safeguarding Policy - September 2020 Download
School Accessibility Audit Download
SEN Information Report 2019 Download
SIFA Download
Supplemental Funding Agreement Download
Trust Pupil Premium Principles Download
Video Conferencing Policy Download
Whistleblowing Policy Download

Key School Information

Foundation stage - Music in the foundation stage focuses on exploring how we can make different sounds both inside and outside the classroom. We explore rhythm and rhyme and use different percussion instruments.

Year 1/2 - We explore different areas of music using Music Express as a base.  Using our voices and different instruments we look at duration, pulse and rhythm, pitch, tempo and how we can make different sounds. We also do a lot of work on developing our listening skills.

Music in Key stage 2 focuses on three key areas. During the first term we listen to a range of music by key composers and also learn songs and practise singing as part of a larger group. The second term is spent learning how to play an instrument. Year 3/4 are learning to play the ocarina, and year 5/6 are continuing with the ukulele. The final term will have a focus of composition with children exploring how notes and instruments fit together and learning about different musical notations.