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Music at Homerswood

Music at Homerswood is an exciting and engaging part of the curriculum. Children experience a rich and broad range of musical lessons during their time here. Highlights include a performance each year, a weekly singing assembly, a large and talented choir (extra-curricular) and whole class guitar lessons in Year 4. The choir has taken part in ‘Voice in a Million’ events which have created magical memories for all involved.


Concerts such as the Nativity (Nursery to Year 2), The Spring Soiree (Years 3 and 4) and the Summer Production (Year 5 and 6) provide all children with a fantastic opportunity to learn about performance. Our more able and talented singers and musicians can experience solos, duets or small choir songs and our budding actors and actresses have the opportunities to take lead and supporting roles to broaden their experiences and build their confidence.


For those children without a love of singing, dancing or acting; creative talents are channelled instead into performance support. Here children take sole responsibility for lighting, sound and technical assistance. This not only ensures the full participation of all children but also builds skills and knowledge and has unearthed some truly gifted engineers!


If your child has a musical talent that we have not yet discovered, please do let us know!

We love all the Music opportunities at Homerswood School...

Listening to a range of musicians perform.......

Our talented musicians enjoying Un ballo in maschera in Holland Park. The Opera was "amazing!".......

We learnt about the Spanish guitar in assembly today. Carlos taught us about the parts of the guitar and we danced along to his music. It was great fun!

La Traviata in Holland Park....

At Homerswood we like to share our love of Music.

Our amazing Samba drumming day!

Spring Soiree, "Big Band Bonana"...

Mr Flowers from Monk's Walk School teaches us how to play the ukulele.

The Foundation Stage love to sing together in the hall.

We learnt about different groups of the orchestra during a Music assembly. We played some interesting instruments!

Year Three composed Music from objects they found in the classroom.

Rock Assembly

We had a real life rock musician visit our school from He gave us our very own private concert. He sang all the songs we know well and we joined in and 'banged' our heads to the beat! Great fun! We enjoyed it so much we might see if we can set up our own rock band. Thank you to Mrs Manly our Music Subject Leader for organising this special experience.

Year 6 visit Hatfield House for a Chamber Concert


Year 6 visited Hatfield House by train yesterday morning to listen to a chamber orchestra. It was a lovely morning and the children appreciated the new experience; we were waltzing, playing air violin and just enjoying the lovely music played by the very talented musicians.

Year 3 and 4 Spring Soiree Performance March 2015

FUDGE Club @ Ukelele Workshop : Saturday 28 February 2015

Monks Walk Community Carol Concert

Homerswood Choir attended the Christmas Concert at St John's Church in collaboration with other school and community choirs. Two great Homerswood Performances were enjoyed by the audience and a lovely 'O Holy Night' performance by all the choirs combined. Well done!  You can view the performance of 'O Holy Night' at

Music Assembly

Our talented musicians played in front of a large audience and showed how far they have progressed and how wonderfully confident they are at playing their instruments.  We had recitals from all year groups playing the recorder, piano and violin. 

Choir sings at Harvest Festival
The school choir sang Pears and Apples beautifully at the Harvest Festival at St Johns Church, Digswell.  We are very grateful to James Gower for leading the choir so expertly alongside Emily Sullivan and Maxine Wilson.

Year 6 visit St Eltheldreda's Church for a Chamber Concert


Mrs March writes: We all had a great time; some children loved the music, some were yet to be convinced but all enjoyed the new experience. Our children were, as always, brilliantly well behaved, great company and keen participators; Cameron's comments about Elgar's music conjuring up an image of dancing in the rain will stay with me for a long time.