Performing Arts

'The school provides a wide range of enriched learning opportunities, especially in the use of information and communication technology, art and music.' Ofsted, 2014.

Our wonderful afternoon with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra - March 2018


Children are taught to appreciate a range of music from different cultures and genres. They gradually develop their understanding of the elements of music and learn how to read and write musical notation. They learn to play instruments and improvise and compose their own music.

Music is taught by our music specialist, Mrs Stuart. 

Music within the school is supported by Accent Music Education Hub, for more information about Accent Music  click here


As part of CLASP, children in Year 5 and 6 also have the opportunity to sign up to learn the flute for 12 months. Those children in Year 5 have the opportunity to extend this into Year 6. Seven of our ten children are now on their second year and some are beginning to look at the grade 1 ABRSM syllabus with a view to taking exams next Summer! We also welcome our three new year 5 starters who have an exciting year ahead of them.


Drama is taught in a range of subjects to help children learn new concepts. For example, children creating a sequence of movements to demonstrate the way the digestive system works in science or re-enacting an event from a story in R.E. or Literacy. This Autumn we are also introducing a dedicated Drama CLASP session which will enable children to further develop their drama skills.


Dance is taught as an element of P.E. However, we also have links with a professional dance teacher from the 'Alexandra Jane School of Dance', who comes in to work with the children during the year. Dances were performed at our 'Bewsey Food Festival' and at our Year 6 leavers performance.