The Creative Arts encompass a range of subjects, including performance across art, music, dance and drama. It is our belief that a cohesive Arts Policy will help to identify and meet key objectives which run through all these subjects.
Our environment stimulates creativity and innovation to enable our children to unleash their imagination.
We believe that by developing skills in creative and performing arts we develop a child’s individuality and self-confidence.
Music is woven into the fabric of Stoke St Gregory Primary School from daily acts of worship to using songs to learn our times tables.
We are proud of our history of music making and have watched many students take their music into their adult life, both professionally and for sheer enjoyment. Music is taught from Reception to Year 6 on a weekly basis.
Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. A high quality music education should:
All children throughout the school are encouraged to explore sound with tuned and un-tuned percussion which leads to composition and improvisation.