Welcome to Music at Childwall!
Here you will be able to find our Childwall Playlist and other fun musical activities which you can enjoy at home!
Remember that you can ask your parents to email requests to email@example.com.
Keep checking back regularly for updates!
New music has been added as well as some new websites to explore at the bottom of the page,
The Childwall Playlist!
Enjoy some of our favourite songs from Collective Worship as well as some new songs.
The Matilda Playlist!
I hope that you are enjoying listening to Matilda each day! Here are some of the songs from the show and film for you to enjoy! Perhaps you could sing along with them or create your own dance routine. You could even put on a show for your family! I have included some videos of performances but have also included the words for each song as well.
Here are the words for Naughty!
And here are the words for When I Grow Up…
Here are the words for Quiet…
Here are some of the songs from the film!
Here are some other requests and favourites!
Try something a little different and discover new music!
The Chill Out Zone!
Other Musical Bits and Bobs!
BBC Ten Pieces are setting weekly activities for you to enjoy at home. It is a perfect, simple and easy way to keep listening, enjoying and creating music at home!
BBC Daily lessons include music lessons! You can find your year group’s lessons by following this link:
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra have been setting some fun musical challenges! Try them out here:
Classics for Kids is a great website which allows you to learn about composers from all over the world, compose your own music and it also has some fun games to play too.
Have you tried Myleene’s Music Klass? Myleene Klass is teaching a short music lesson twice a week. You can follow along live on a Monday and Friday at 10am or catch up with past lessons at the link below. You don’t need to play an instrument to join in!
Sing Up! also has great resources available for all ages if you enjoy singing. You can check it out here:
Ollie Tunmer has been doing some amazing body percussion lessons. If you’re in Year 5 or 6 and enjoyed our gum boot dancing, you might also enjoy this! Younger children can try it too!
Our younger musicians might enjoy hunting for sounds with the Sonic Explorers.
Perhaps you could go on a sound hunt in your house or garden. How are the sounds different inside compared to outside?
Check back soon! I will be posting some more activities and even some app suggestions over the next few weeks!