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The London Curriculum Music Key Stage 3

The London Curriculum for Music

The diversity of London’s music scene is unrivalled and it is estimated that London hosts over 17,000 musical performances every year. London Curriculum teaching resources aim to support music teachers in helping their students to:

  • Discover music inspired by the city or key to the city’s rich and diverse cultural life.
  • Explore the music of London’s festivals, celebrations and cultural performances and the sounds of the city itself.
  • Connect learning inside and outside the classroom to develop their own compositions, inspired by the city and its musicians past and present.

Three units of work for music at KS3 are available to London secondary schools to enhance and embed into their music provision.

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Greater London Authority

The capital is the home of innovations, events, institutions and great works that have extended the scope of every subject on the school curriculum. London lends itself to learning unlike anywhere else in the world. The London Curriculum aims to bring the national curriculum to life inspired by the city, its people, places and heritage.

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