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Senior Music

Music is a great way for young people to communicate.

Our aim is: 

  • To enable all of our students to understand and enjoy music in all its many forms.
  • To provide the aesthetic and creative challenge for a vibrant and balanced curriculum.
  • To have fun and become more confident young people.

We encourage a music for all policy and strive to provide as many different and varied musical experiences as we can whether that be in the classroom or through visits to concerts or other extra curricular music making activities.

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Facilities

Trinity offers a wide range of facilities centred around the music centre. We have a large teaching and rehearsal room as well as three practice rooms/instrumental teaching rooms.  ICT provision includes 10 PCs each running Sibelius 6 software and three Macbooks running Pro Tools for A level Music Technology classes.  In the main classroom there are a selection of Yamaha keyboards, a Broadwood grand piano, a drum kit and a full 12 piece samba band.

 

Staffing

Director of Music – Rachael Arkell

Peripatetic staff for piano, woodwind, brass, strings, percussion and singing.

 

Courses at GCSE

GCSE Music

 

Courses at A level

AS and A2 Music

BTEC Music

 

Extra-curricular activities in department

Regular activities include: Cantara choir (25 piece choir), string trio, trumpet group, woodwind ensemble, samba band, composers club, rock band rehearsals and smaller, student led vocal groups.

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