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In this section of the site you can find out about what your primary-school child will be taught in EYFS music, KS1 music and KS2 music.

We've also got information on how music can soothe hyperactivity.


Child listening to music
6 ways to introduce your child to classical music
Open up a world of amazing music for your child by introducing them to classical music composers and performances. With loads of resources available for free online, there's no better time to dive in and start listening.
Best music home education resources
Best music home education resources
Spark a life-long love of music and rhythm with singing, listening, playing and exploring activities for all ages. Whether it's learning about different instruments or doing some digital composing, help encourage your child's interest in the world of sound with our pick of the best music home education resources.
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How to support your child in learning an instrument
Fewer children than ever are taking up a musical instrument. However, learning music is a fantastic skill. How do we get our children to take it up and which instrument should you pick? Emily Organ reports.


Make a bottle instrument activity
Make a bottle instrument
An activity to encourage children to think about how the amount of air in an instrument affects the pitch it makes.
Experimenting with pitch activity
Experimenting with pitch
Suggestions for activities to try at home to help your child investigate factors that affect pitch.
Changing sounds: vibrations activity
Changing sounds: vibrations
An activity sheet with ideas for things to do at home that demonstrate the connection between sound and vibrations.
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What will your child learn in music at primary school?

Find out how music is taught in the primary school curriculum: