Holme on Spalding Moor Primary School has a long history of musical performances, whether it be singing, acting and dancing in our Christmas plays, singing at Young Voices, Sheffield or at the Big and Little Sings in Bridlington, choir performances at the village Christmas Lights Switch On and many more. We also have peripatetic music teachers who teach groups guitar and violin.
Since April 2019, we have also been fortunate enough to benefit from The Jean Freedman Music Foundation (https://thejeanfreedmanmusicfoundation.co.uk/home) which was created by former HOSM School teacher, Alan Scarlett, in memory of his mother, Jean Freedman.
You can see a report on our school's link with the foundation here- https://thejeanfreedmanmusicfoundation.co.uk/articles/school%E2%80%99s-help-from-music-foundation-13
The Foundation allows us to fund a music specialist teacher, Kim Rooke, who works in school every Monday and Friday afternoon with KS2 children. We aim to continue to raise the profile of music within the school and to give all children the opportunity to experience live music, both as performers and the audience, in order to gain from the wide range of benefits that music can bring. (https://www.childrensmusicworkshop.com/advocacy/15-benefits-of-music/)
Click on the images below to view the pages for each phase. You will need a username and password available from the school.