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Saint Anne's Catholic Primary just love to listen, perform and create music in a variety of ways. Please explore our music page to find out what our musical maestros have been up to! 

Our Music Vision:


The great philosopher Plato once stated that: “Music is a moral law, it gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” Here at Saint Anne’s we also believe in the message that Plato recorded over a century ago by striving to allow every child to have happy, meaningful, purposeful musical experiences in their time as a pupil. It is our vision for music to be recognised as a subject in its’ own right as one that is logical, spiritual and artistic; one that has a link to every curriculum area and it’s importance in child development to not be understated as recent research has shown.


We believe that Music is a pertinent, important subject that teaches children several key aspects such as;


  • How to express themselves in a creative way 
  • Using music as a means to explore a range of emotions
  • Understand how music can be and is unique to both countries and cultures and therefore identity 
  • Know that music is unique to each individual 
  • Finely tuned listening, appraisal and performance skills that increases confidence and raises awareness of self-achievement 
  • Becoming sensitive and well aware of the impact music has had and captured in the world around us (both past and present)
  • That learning an instrument is a life-long skill which will bring enjoyment for many years


Our aims for every child;

  • Learn to use our singing voices expressively and appropriately 
  • Learn how to use tuned and untuned percussion instruments effectively to create a desired sound
  • Have the opportunity to learn an orchestral or otherwise recognised musical instrument 
  • Have a sense of awareness of audience and performance environment 
  • Maintain the ability to perform solo and as part of an ensemble
  • Respond to their own, each others ,live and recorded music through appraisal skills and discussion
  • Have a strong understanding of the inter-related dimensions of music  in order to both play and compose pieces
  • Engage pupils in a variety of musical experiences that will ignite their imagination, engagement and involvement at all ages


Distance Learning during School Closure


Lots of singing activities, including topic songs and a song of the week!

Saint Anne's Catholic Primary School Music Policy

Please note that during this period of transition and teaching during COVID-19 our progression and skills have been tailored to meet the needs of our pupils. This is in relation to our Recovery Curriculum and to also teach music in a safe yet fun environment. Please see below for the long term over view of how the units in Charanga will be taught.
Above you will find a document which outlines how music as a subjects creates and provides opportunities for our children at Saint Anne's Catholic Primary School!

Liverpool Resonate Music Hub- Music Services for School Children


Saint Anne's Catholic Primary School are delighted to work so closely with Liverpool Resonate Music Hub who provide us with fantastic educational support. However... did you know that Liverpool Music Services are available outside of "school" also?  


Does your child express interest in singing?

Does your child play an instrument and would like to perform? 

Does your child simply love music? 


If the answer is yes to any of the above please contact Resonate Music Hub for more information- please see the web-page below for more details.

Extra-Curricular Opportunities


In response to social distancing and other COVID-19 preventive measures our Choir and Musical Theatre After School Clubs will not occur until further notice. Thank you for your support during this time.

Wider Opportunities 


Currently our Year 4 children are participating in our regional "Wider Opportunities" programme. The programme allows children to learn how to play an instrument, learn how to play as an ensemble and work on their skill set as musicians. Our Year 4 children are learning how to play "ukulele"! We are very much looking forward to hearing their wonderful pieces and all about their exciting learning they have undertaken!