Year 5 Music
Latest work at the top... scroll down for more
Week 5: continuing rhythms - semiquavers and bar lines!
15th March: We had a visit from Baby SUSO, players from the Southampton University Symphony Orchestra
Brooke had a turn at being the conductor
One pupil said, "I was feeling really peaceful because I had a hard day that day and it was really calming."
Another said, "I didn't know the violin would be there and I want to learn it so it's really inspiring."
Week 4 - Kingfishers rhythms to try next week
Week 4: Before the task was announced, Jaxon had already created this! Great work, Jaxon
Week 4 - Kingfishers whole class copying Zimbole rhythm
Week 4: Puffins creating our own rhythms in standard notation to try next week...
Week 4: accompanying Zimbole on the djembes - Puffins Class
Week 4: It was Omar's first music lesson at Bassett Green and he made his own rhythm and played it. Awesome!
Week 3: Amazing playing and singing by Sum - using the laptop as a piano
Week 3: We learnt the SOLFA signals to Zimbole and sang as well
Spring 2: Zimbole - learning an African folk song
Week 1: Pre assessment. How much do we know about African music?
Week 5: Verity brought in her violin and demonstrated how to play. She has kindly donated it to our school. Thanks, Verity!
Week 4: Dasola brought in a guitar she has made at home. Can you hear the different pitch each string played? Well done!
Week 3: strumming our guitars - can you hear the different pitches?
Week 3 Making Guitars
Week 2: making drums
Watch the video of the music above, performed by the whole class!
Spring 1: House of Sound
Week 1: We learnt what is sound. We made our own body percussion composition.
Playing Together: Puffins Class
Playing together: Kingfishers Class
End Task: Playing Jingle Bells. Although its was cold, Caleb led these children from Robins Class playing outside! Well done everyone
Week 4 - The whole class tried to play along with the youtube tutorial. For a first try they did well
New Topic: Jingle Bells - Here is Armaan after only one lesson.
We have published our raps using Word so we can edit them where needed.
Week 8 Starting to Write Our Own Raps and getting ideas
Week 7 Halloween Inspiration! Jake wrote a rap and Mrs Williams typed it just as he'd written. Pupils then had to cut and stick as a rap. Jake decided this was the best.
Week 5 Rap work
Autumn Term Rap Project
We started by remembering what we had learned from the wonderful Mrs Philips in Year 4!
In week 2 we got to use the new bucket drums to create a rhythm. It was loud!
In week 3 we found this website. https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/rhythm/
We made the rhythm strong on 2 beats only. Can you tell from the screenshot if the strong beats are 1 and 3 or 2 and 4? Which beat emphasis would we use for a rap?