School Choir

We are so proud of our school choir who won both the unison and part-singing classes in Rochdale Music Festival on Tuesday 11th February. Well done everyone! Thank you to parents and friends who came along to support us. We are now preparing for Music for Youth on Friday 6th March.  Enjoy the video below:-


Music Lesson Application Form

If you would like your child (Year 3-Year 6) to start music lessons, please complete an application form and return to the school office. Please note as part of the terms of starting music lessons the music service state that charges are paid termly in advance. Discontinuation may be done at the end of each term, having given one months notice. Long term absences due to exceptional circumstances to be negotiated with the Head of the Music Service.

IMPORTANT NOTE – Sometimes weekly lessons may be missed due to school activities or unforeseen circumstances. Every effort will be made to ensure that any missing lessons are made up however this cannot be guaranteed or money refunded.

Click link for application form below:-

General Music Application Form Spring 20 in word

General Music Application Form Spring 20 in pdf

Please note from the 1st April 2019, there has been a slight increase in the charges to the instrumental lessons.  The lessons have increased to £3.17 per lesson (Group of 4 for 20 minutes) and £9.50 per lesson (Individual).



Weekly Music Tuition Timetable

Tuesday – Flute, Clarinet and Saxophone

Wednesday – Keyboard

Friday – Guitar, Violin and Brass


New starters

We hope to have instruments for these students soon, they will automatically be distributed out in class as soon as they arrive in the office and we will let the children know when their start date will be to commence with lessons. Bills will be distributed as soon as received from the Music Service. Thank you.


Sing Up Gold Award

We are very pleased that the school has successfully achieved the “Sing Up” Gold award. Sing Up is a not-for-profit music education organisation based in the UK aiming to promote quality singing activities in everyday learning. Sing Up Awards recognise schools who put promote singing in school life. There are three different levels: Silver, Gold and Platinum.

In order to achieve the gold award the school had to provide evidence showing that we:

Provide opportunities for the whole school to engage in and enjoy singing.

  • Extend the range and choice of singing opportunities across school life.
  • Commit to the on-going development of confidence and competence in singing and vocal leadership.
  • Embed singing in school planning and show that singing contributes to the achievement of school goals.

School Orchestra

Every Wednesday during our KS2 assembly, the school orchestra accompanies the hymn singing. This year we are delighted that we have over 20 members, playing violins, clarinets, guitars and recorders. They are making a very good sound and Mrs Golding would like to thank them for their hard work and commitment. Well done!