Our local music hub Edsential has set up an online learning platform with lots of lovely music ideas and resources for you to share over Easter and into the next term. It will be updated regularly. Please take a look and send in any work you have tried on your class dojo or to myself  for the home learning gallery. Thanks, Mrs Osiac
We have now gone live with our website for #EdsentialAtHome. Please feel free to share this with your pupils and enjoy!
There are lots of fun, exciting and inspirational activities for the children to do at home over the Easter Break and then going forward through next term.
Please take a look at some lovely music resources I have put together to keep up with the fantastic musical learning we have begun this year at St. Joseph's.
Listening to a variety of music and singing are also fantastic ways to lift your spirits and practise some moments of mindfulness, so please dive in!
We would love to see or hear any art work, music or singing videos you would like to create in response to the resources. Just send them in a message on your class dojo login. 
BBC ten pieces with lots of fantastic examples of classical music from traditional to modern. 
Classic FM's choice of top ten 100 classical pieces
Magic hands poems and theme song with signing
Lovely songs such as 'Hands in the air' and 'Andy's animal raps' and much more
A lovely selection of songs for children to sing along to, released free and updated weekly whilst schools are closed. 
I will keep updated this list as I find more exciting things for pupils to try out. 
We have also been given the opportunity to contribute to a new song being written by Helen Chetwood, a wonderful Vocal Coordinator with our local Music Hub, Edsential:
Music Hub Project:
Now, more than ever, the well-being of our children is so important. I would like to give our children the chance to express how they are feeling. I am going to start collecting their thoughts and feelings to compose a song so that when life is back to normal, we can come together as an area and share our emotions through song.
Vocal Coordinator, Helen Chetwood
Please read the attached word document to find out more and email any ideas to: