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Distance Learning: Spring Term 2021

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Christmas Around the World: our whole school performance December 2020

Extra Music Home Learning Links - updated January 2021

Here are a collection of fantastic online MUSIC resources for you to look up at home. Some require continued access to the internet. Some will give you ideas to become creative and explore music offline. Maybe learning from home during the CORONAVIRUS outbreak is the excuse you needed to take up a new hobby and learn an instrument!


Take a free VIRTUAL tour of Mozart's Birthplace in Salzburg, Austria



Mylene Klass Music Classes:


Enjoy a musical story: - BBC Music Planet - David Walliams






Linton Heights employs a music specialist teacher, Mrs Emma Mason, one day a week to teach whole class music lessons across Key Stage 2. Each year group is timetabled for music during one half of each term. Our Year 3 pupils learn to play the ocarina in the summer term and into the autumn term of Year 4, as part of our Equal Access provision


Extra-curricular music opportunities are also very popular. These include Recorder Club (a free, lunchtime club for all year groups), after school Choir, 'pop-up' Orchestra and Fiddle Group. Parents/Carers can also arrange private instrumental lessons. Scroll down this page to find more information, and use the following link to our FORMS page to find the Application Form and 'Information for parents' leaflet. A flexible 'Learn Piano at Home' programme is also available - please contact Mrs Mason via the school office for more information.


Music Curriculum: Purpose of Study


Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity, and as a Silver ArtsMark school we place great importance upon the role our music lessons play, for each of our pupils. A high-quality music education should engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians, and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. As pupils progress, they should develop a critical engagement with music, allowing them to compose, to listen and perform to their highest potential.




Our music curriculum allows all pupils to:


  • perform, listen to, review and evaluate music across a range of historical periods, genres, styles and traditions, including the works of the great composers and musicians

  • progressively develop music specific skills across Key Stage 2, with the opportunity to progress to the next level of musical excellence

  • learn to sing and to use their voices, to create and compose music on their own and with others,

  • have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument (ocarina, glockenspiel, recorder club and classroom percussion as well as provision for extra curricular private instrumental lessons)

  • use, and be inspired by, available music technology

  • understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated, including through the inter-related dimensions (elements): pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and appropriate musical notations.


The National Curriculum in England 2014

Music at Linton Heights 2020-2021

..... we are currently busy starting our academic year. Watch this space for updates during the Autumn term :)

Linton Heights Music Curriculum

  AUTUMN TERM: half term topics SPRING TERM: half term topics SUMMER TERM: half term topics
Year 3 Performance & Musical Elements            Musical Stories & Percussion Ocarina Unit 1
Year 4 Performance & Ocarina Unit  2 Pentatonic Songs & Graphic Scores          Instruments of The Orchestra: John  Williams
Year 5 BBC Ten Pieces & Pitch Notation Performance Digital Music: Garage Band
Year 6 Music History & Styles Film & Cartoon Music End of Year Performance


Music at Linton Heights 2019-2020


Summer Term 2020 June / July Distance Learning Music Lessons


Music was taught through a variety of online opportunities during the lockdown school closures, and we all took part in 2 whole school music projects in the second summer half term:


* VIRTUAL BIG SING: As part of our weekly whole school singing, we learned songs for a Virtual Big Sing, which took place during our July Creative Arts Week! Families 'zoomed' in from home and each class bubble of keyworker children 'zoomed' in too. "It was epic!" pupil in Year 5.


* HANDS AND FEET OVERTURE: As a whole school our music lessons were based on a piece of music by Chris Marshall using body percussion. We used Mrs Mason's tutorials (find them here:

) and practiced in our keyworker bubbles or from our own homes.


LHJS VEDay Virtual Street Party.mp4

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Our school celebrated the Anniversary of VE Day with a virtual street party!

Can't Stop Leaning on LHJS

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At the start of the lockdown, with the sudden closure of our schools, LHJS staff sent this message to all of our pupils & school community, at the start of Easter holidays.

Young Voices 2020

It was a privilege to take LHJS choir to the London O2 on 6th February 2020, to perform as part of the Young Voices 2020 choir. Our school was superbly represented by 26 children, along with Mrs Mason, Mr Puxley, Mr Wilson, Miss Davies, Mrs Benjamin and Mrs Rosewell. We drove to Greenwich for this fantastic enrichment trip, made all the more exciting because we were allocated (by random chance) seats within the executive suite area - we felt like Very Important People!

"It was been the BEST DAY EVER!" and "I will keep telling my other friends they have to join choir, too!" have been echoed by our pupils. An inspiring and memorable experience, which incorporates so many of our school values: resilience, respect, kindness, responsibility and ambition, that will be with all of us for the rest of our lives - children and adults alike!


Year 5 (Autumn Term 2019) 'Earth' Compositions

Here are some Year 5 rhythmic compositions, which were created using natural resources in our Forest School - inspired by the idea of 'The Planets' by Gustav Holst.

Class 6 Group 2.mp3

Class 5 Group 3.mp3

Music at Linton Heights 2018-2019

Year 5 Digital Composition - Eddie

Year 5 Digital Composition - Morgan and Erin

Instrumental Music Lessons - More Information


We are incredibly proud of the dedicated instrumental teachers who teach our pupils at Linton Heights on a private basis. We have a Music Room where one-to-one and small group lessons take place and our pupils are encouraged and supported with their music, whether they are hoping to take formal music exams or just play for pleasure. Parents can arrange lessons for their children to take place during the school day, or contact Emma Mason for more information about the 'Learn Piano at Home' programme.


Further information, alongside an application form to download, can be found via the 'Forms' link at the top of this page. Our peripatetic (visiting) music teachers are:


Mrs Emma Mason ~ piano / flute / recorder

Mrs Victoria Vellacott ~ piano

Mr Sam Herbert ~ piano

Mrs Hilary Crooks ~ violin / viola

Mrs Glenis Todd ~ recorder / singing

Ms Hannah Horton ~ clarinet / saxophone

Mr Gavin Bowyer ~ all brass (trumpet, horn, trombone)

Mr Gil Matthews ~ guitar

CREATIVE ARTS WEEK is in June each year


Here are some photos from Creative Arts Weeks over the last few years.



We welcome live musicians to our school, including ensembles from the the Cambridgeshire Music Live project each Spring Term. Here are some photos of some of our visitors, showing the different musicians we have enjoyed.


Sing for Your School Cam Music Hub Project: Our School Values Song

Summer Music Concert Programme 2016

Mr Christopher Charlesworth visited our weekly singing assembly today