Year 7 Music

Activities to support your learning

Fanfares
New Click here to access a work pack for you to complete on your new topic.

New Click here to watch the video which links to the work you need to complete.


Treble clef and melodies
Click here to access a work pack for you to complete on your new topic.

Watch the below video which links to the work you need to complete.


Staves, clefs and notes
Click here to access a pack of work for you to complete on your new topic.

Watch the below video which links to the work you need to complete.


Computer and video game music
Click here to access a pack of work for you to complete on your new topic.

Watch the below video which links to the work you need to complete.


Pack 3

Click here to access the work for your eLearning pack 3.

Watch this video which contains work from your eLearning packs 2 and 3.

Watch this video on 'how to use BandLab'.

Watch this video on 'how to use a virtual keyboard'.


Pack 2
eLearning Pack 2: 6th - 19th April
Click this link to access the next set of work for you to be completing.


Educational Music websites:

Classics For Kids
Games to help you learn musical terms and note names.

YouTube - Mr D. Morley
This channel includes lots of useful videos ranging from how to read notes to the history of rock music.

YouTube - Brian Gossard
This channel includes lots of educational videos explaining how rests work and different dynamics - loud and soft song.

Philharmonia
Short videos that introduce every instrument of the orchestra and demonstrate how they sound.

Jamzone
For those with access to an instrument at home this website has lots of resources to help you learn a song. There are also short lessons included in the 'take a lesson' section.

Groove Pizza
Here you can create different drum beats in different styles.


KS3 Useful websites
More website links for you to follow.

documentSending your work to your teacher

You can send either a file (eg. a Word file or PowerPoint file) or a photograph of your handwritten work to your teacher.

You can send your message from any email account - it doesn't have to me your school account.

Make sure you include your name and your teacher's name in the subject of the email.

Send your email to:

musicteacher@carrmanor.org.uk

Your teacher will then reply to you on the email address you emailed them from, so please make sure you are checking your emails.

If you need help with this, please click here.