Whole class first access (also known as whole class ensemble teaching or WCET) is a great way to introduce pupils to learning an instrument and to musical concepts, and to support the curriculum. It builds confidence in music in both pupils and the class teachers, and hopefully inspires them to find ways to continue to make and learn music – including learning an instrument.
To find out more about whole class first access programmes please contact the schools team on email@example.com.
Key2Music - Key Stage 2
A one-year, 30-week whole class ensemble teaching (WCET) programme designed for a Key Stage 2 classes. No previous experience of music is expected but we have designed the curriculum to continue seamlessly on the concepts covered in GetIn2Music (see below). Includes:
1Term2Learn - Key Stage 2
1Term2Learn is a one-term (10-week) whole class ensemble teaching (WCET) programme for Key Stage 2 pupils. It introduces pupils to learning an instrument, builds musical skills, and hopefully inspires them to take up lessons. It includes:
GetIn2Music - Key Stage 1
A two-year 60-week WCET programme designed for year 1 and year 2 pupils (aged 5-7). This inspiring programme engages pupils through active learning and the use of carefully structured and enjoyable activities. Innovative and interactive teaching resources will be shared with staff and children to embed their learning. It includes: