At St. Vincent’s Primary School we value Music because it is a powerful and unique form of communication that can change the way pupils feel, think and act. It also increases self-discipline and creativity, aesthetic sensitivity and fulfilment.

For more information, please click here for our Music Policy


Click here to see our EYFS MUSIC CURRICULUM 2023

Click here to see our Music KS1 and KS2 Curriculum Progression Map 2023-24

Cultural Capital

Each term, every class performs a class assembly to celebrate their learning. The assemblies are wonderful performances and always involved great acting with some very catchy songs!


Each key stage celebrates celebrates Christmas with a different performance. EYFS put on their first nativity, KS1 do a separate nativity production and KS2 perform a songs and readings in the church. At Easter, KS2 lead us through the Easter story with readings, acting and singing in the church. All our celebrations involve different songs with solos and instrumental performances.


Year 6 end their time at school with a wonderful production. Each year, they bring together all their musicality and acting skills to entertain us all with their production, which contains lots of solos and instrumental pieces too.

Key Stage 2 children have the opportunity to join our Chamber Choir and Orchestra. Both of these groups meet weekly and perform in all our special celebratory events.

Christmas is a busy time for us with lots of singing! KS2 sing at the Marylebone Lights Switch On event and raise money for St Mungo’s by carol singing in St Christopher’s place. Chamber Choir bring Christmas spirit to the old people’s home by singing carols with them and Year 6 attended the Tri-Borough Music Festival!



At the end of the year, all children who learn an instrument have the opportunity to perform at our Instrumental Concerts to celebrate their progress that year.

Classes in Key Stage 2 also visit the Marylebone Music Festival where they have watched orchestral performances of Peter and the Wolf and A Knightsbridge Tale.


We are very pleased to have been awarded with the Music Mark! Being a Music Mark School means that it has been recognised how much wonderful music we do in school and the value we place on it. All pupils at school are able to access and engage with a high-quality music education. We love all our music lessons and events so we are very proud to have this acknowledged.




Click here to see our most recent Music news posts, celebrating all the Singing and Music learning that is taking place in the school as well as our performances.