OLSJ Music Making At Home 
Please find below a range of resources and external website links to support your child's musical development whilst school is closed. The resources are split into KS2 (Years 3-6), KS1 (Years 1-2) and EYFS (Nursery and Reception.  Have fun!
KS2 Resources 
KS2 Instrumentalists:
Mr Spoerers Jam bus looks cool! The Jam bus is a music classroom on decommissioned bendy bus. Recorder, guitarists,  drummers and keyboard players learn new tunes and join in the jam! 
Choir & Singing with the family:
Gareth Malones ‘Great British Home Choir‘ is streaming daily on you tube @ 5:30pm. Uplifting warm ups,  rounds and songs for all the family to join in with. 
Join the daily session or click back through the catalogue of sessions and rep. 
KS2 Music:
Year 3-6 can revise the vocabulary and musical elements we have been focusing on this year. 
BBC bitesize takes you through the essential elements of music. 
Texture, melody, harmony,  pitch, dynamics, structure, notation, performance same composition. 
Recap and build on your knowledge from last term.  Finally Take the quiz and test your musical knowledge! 
KS2 Singing - Hackney Musical: 
The specially commissioned Hackney Musical with songs linked to curriculum and the history of Hackney is on the school website for all to take part. 
Lots of lyrics and info about the place we live. Fascinating facts about our local Hackney history. A fabulous bunch of songs!
Looking forward to taking part in this production in the future. 
KS2 Music Making:
Mr Scullins Music Room ( You Tube Channel ) try samba music making with household items!
Looks like great fun for all the family! 
BBC Bring The noise:
Check out Andy’s Animals Raps where he travels the world as a sound explorer looking for weather patterns, animals, insects and fish. What’s sounds will you hear? 
There are also lots of songs to explore, listen and learn! Why not try this one: 
I Am A Robot
Listen to the orchestra play and take on the Robot challenge - sing, dance and sign the song! 
Sing alongs and music activities to keep our early years children moving and shaking. 
CBeebies Yolandas Band Jam looks like great fun! 
More music fun with Rastamouse & boogie with Justin developing melody through song: 
More ways to make music 
If you want to explore more ways of making music, the Hackney Music Service have put together a page with links to many online music resources: 
Keep playing your instruments, singing out loud and making music together with your family at home! 
Best Wishes, 
Miss Dyer 
A selection of songs appropriate for use with Nursery and Reception children to support their musical learning at home.