Music Curriculum statement

At St. Joseph’s the children have access to a range of musical experiences. They are encouraged to be actively involved in creative thinking and individuality, giving opportunities to express themselves using a variety of instruments, sing a wide selection of songs and listen to music from all cultures and styles. They will increase their skills and knowledge of composition and sing with greater clarity and improve performance. This leads to greater self-confidence as well as a better understanding and appreciation of Music.

Mrs N Boswell

Mrs Bury (Head Teacher) and Mrs Boswell (Music Coordinator) receive the Elgar Junior Music Award from the Elgar Society. A very proud moment for the whole school.

Worcester News

Young Voices 2020

Here are a selection of the songs we will be learning first.  More will follow soon.

Pop Medley

Queen Medley

Disney Duo


You can find the full version of each song on the Spotify Playlist:

  06 Kusimama chorus part 2

  04 Kusimama full

  03 Ode to

  05 Kusimama chorus part 1

01 Best Of The West

09 Shiny Happy People

12 1000 Hallelujahs

08 Larger Than Life


Young Voices January 2020










Music Tuition 2019-2020 

KS1 - violin and ukulele

KS2 - violin, clarinet, ukulele, guitar

All lessons take place in small groups of 4 or 5 children with a trained music teacher.  We can arrange the hire of musical instruments through Severn Arts.

Lessons are booked and paid for in termly blocks.

KS2 Choir rehearse every Monday and Tuesday lunch time in Year 6 Pear classroom. 


Ukulele FAME Festival 

On Tuesday 9th July children attended the annual FAME Festival at Worcester Arena.  Children were joined by musicians from other schools to play set pieces.    Well done to all who took part. 


School Choir Perform at Voices and Visions.



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