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29/11/20

Read our new weekly parent newsletter to find out about all the exciting opportunities in place for our students. It can be found here: https://t.co/h0b2siGeYT https://t.co/nAM6IwMt3W

27/11/20

Reading for pleasure is a vital element of success at HABE Sixth Form. This week’s must read for Sixth Form is ‘House of Glass’ by Hadley Freeman. https://t.co/uryO0ih7wc

26/11/20

Congratulations to our Yr10 students who applied and successfully been selected to attend the Virtual Aerospace Work Experience programme by Airbus! The programme will take place between 30/11/2020 and 13/12/2020 and begins with Airbus Commercial! https://t.co/v88MraVX9w

26/11/20

HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM HABE! https://t.co/dbt8ZYSh9a

26/11/20

3rd week into our new “Reading for Pleasure” at HABE! Students are been given the opportunity to read a vast range of multicultural and diverse books while also stopping at various stages to check their learning. Shout out to Mr O'Toole for showing excellent practice! https://t.co/RmEBi1WFcr

24/11/20

We've also shared details of our consultation with our local and neighbouring local authorities https://t.co/bsn3gD2uA2

24/11/20

As well as contacting nurseries, preschools, primary and secondary schools, we've also sent details of our consultation to all our local GP surgeries, places of worship, libraries and diocesan boards. It's your chance to have YOUR say on our https://t.co/L0t686dQmg

23/11/20

a BIG thank you to all our local newsagents, coffee shops, cafe's, estate agents and take away services who very kindly agreed to our delivery of posters today advertising our !

23/11/20

Please find all details of the consultation including details of how to respond by visiting Harris Academy Beckenham's website or clicking on the following link: https://t.co/b30cQjll30 https://t.co/82fc0u9hI4

18/11/20

Retweetd From HABE Performing Arts

The Performing Arts department are happy to unveil our new uniform! No more will we be performing in business dress. 🎭 https://t.co/GB3vXWs4vj

18/11/20

Congratulations to our BHM competition winners. We are very proud to showcase their outstanding work! Well done from all at HABE! https://t.co/BBvQWEM5dq

18/11/20

Retweetd From HABE Sport

🚨 ALL year 7 and 8 students who have PE tomorrow, please bring trainers! No other kit is required 🚨 any questions please email l.saunders.org.uk

13/11/20

Well done to these brilliant students for being nominated for this month’s Principal’s Breakfast. https://t.co/pq3ZiFiByA

13/11/20

Showcasing outstanding Y7 and Y8 artwork - a joy to be met with each morning in the entrance of the Academy! https://t.co/exqlhappMc

13/11/20

Year 12 Workshop- Steve Sallis Author: Mindset & Leadership Mentor “Will my “Future Self” thank me for the decisions I make today?” https://t.co/GZEqdaQeG3

11/11/20

Retweetd From HABE Sport

Our Sports Leaders 2020-2021 cohort working hard this morning https://t.co/f6jsx1Uc7C

09/11/20

We are very excited to launch our new "Reading for Pleasure" programme led by Mr Collier. The aim of this programme is to help and equip students with the decoding skills to tackle any written text/book while also enhancing their vocabulary to becoming experts in the field. https://t.co/FTw44baev5

23/10/20

As part of our school celebration, we created a video with a few students from our community sharing what they love about their cultural backgrounds. Please view our video... Cultural heritage https://t.co/NfDuJNz3WR via ENJOY! https://t.co/exYB2iQu1K

21/10/20

Retweetd From Trauma Informed Schools UK

Every child with and ACE (adverse child experience) needs a knight. That knight can be you. Just one emotionally-available adult in a child's school career can make all the difference. We can make a difference, you can make a difference.... https://t.co/xD5SQB1W1R https://t.co/qRWZzb7dNT

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Music

Curriculum intent

Music is a universal language that embodies one of the highest forms of creativity. Our high-quality music education will engage and inspire students to develop a love of music and their talent as musicians. As students’ progress, they will develop a critical engagement with music, allowing them to compose, and to listen critically.

Music can be separated into three different disciplines – performing, composing, and listening and appraising. The three branches of Music are taught and developed together with the aim to build personal skills that students can draw upon to succeed, not only in music lessons but also beyond school life and in future employment.

The life skills that are developed, and are at times explicitly taught, are an integral part of the development of the subject specific skills as well as creating well-rounded individuals. The core principles that are developed would include: problem-solving, perseverance, diligence, teamwork, time management, organisation, responsibility, cultural history, listening skills, confidence, social skills, discipline, self-evaluation, interpersonal skills, sense of achievement.

Opportunities are embedded for students to be able to hone and develop the practical aspects of performance and composition, but equally important is the ability to understand how the development of life skills, such as confidence, self-awareness, perseverance and discipline give them a holistic experience that they can take beyond their musical studies.


Implementation

The curriculum is structured based on the expectations for GCSE; key concepts and skills required by the end of these courses are fed down into schemes of work from Year 7 upwards. This is designed to raise expectations and standards from the start of Key Stage 3 and ensure that musical knowledge is being understood both practically and theoretically.

Within our curriculum, we include a range of musical genres to explore diversity and a range of social, historical and cultural contexts to encourage tolerance and understanding. We aim for students to attend regular outings to inspire them creatively and to develop their cultural capital. Along with the performance element of music, students will develop their analytical minds whilst communicating effectively through written and oral means.

To support the music curriculum and to ensure students are honing their musical skills outside of the classroom, there are several extra-curricular music programmes being run, such as a choir, Big Band, Steel Pan Band, keyboard club, ukulele club. In addition to this, students will have the option to attend weekly Peripatetic sessions lead by specialist Peripatetic teachers.


Impact

Successful implementation of the music curriculum will be evident in student outcomes. Students will demonstrate a development in confidence and self-esteem, with many participating regularly in music enrichment activities within the academy and beyond. Students will have developed detailed musical knowledge and skills across the whole music curriculum, where students have become critical listeners and performers and expressing themselves with a plethora of key Drama skills and terminology. This will be formatively assessed with regular verbal feedback during the lesson to ensure all students are developing and making progress. Additionally, summative assessments will be conducted for a combination of practical and theoretical work to ensure students are achieving within all elements of the subject. Data will be analysed regularly with intervention implemented accordingly to ensure that students are making expected progress.

All students that study Music at KS3 should have developed transferable skills that will equip them for further study and the world of work. Study at KS4 will ensure students have the fundamental skills to study Music at a higher level, through Cambridge technical, university, Music conservatoires or pursue a career in the profession. Post GCSE music, students can continue further study within the subject as there are many career paths individuals can take relating to music such as being a musician, composer, conductor, working in film, television or plays, teacher, performer, singer or songwriter, as well as many others.

Year 7 Music

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Elements of Music

A Young person’s guide to the orchestra

Folk Music

Hooks and Riffs

Form and Structure

Musical Theatre

Year 8 Drama

Autumn 1 and Spring 2

Autumn 2 and Summer 1

Spring 1 and Summer 2

Find Your Voice

 

Popular Music

 

Film Music

 

Year 9 Music

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Musical forms and devices: ‘Step up to GCSE’

 

Popular Music: Pop and Rock

Music for ensemble: Jazz and Blues

Film Music

Fusion and Bhangra

Music for ensemble: Musical Theatre

 

Year 7 Curriculum-Plan 2019-2020

Year 8 Curriculum Plan 2019-2020

Year 9 Curriculum Plan 2019-2020

Year 10 Curriculum Plan 2019-2020

Year 11 Curriculum Plan 2019-2020