Throughout the year, pupils have the opportunity to celebrate music and art from around the world. They explore history of music and artists from different countries and cultures throughout the year, as part of the curriculum.

Artists and Composers Around the World

As part of our art and music curriculums, pupils are taught about a range of artists and composers from around the world. Have a look at our overviews to find out more:

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French Nativity

Our pupils performed a nativity spoken entirely in French! The parents and carers were very impressed will all of their hard work.

Follow the link to watch our production: Year 3 – French Nativity

Georges Seurat Tour Eiffel

Our partner school showed us the famous artwork by Georges Seurat of the Eiffel Tower, created in 1890. We focused on Pointillism to recreate our own versions of this landmark art work and shared our final products with them. We considered technique and use of colour to define the landmark itself. After that, we shared the landmarks that are local to us and found out the French translations.

Take a look at what we created!



Greece is the Word Workshop

Year 4 had the opportunity to take part in a ‘Greece is the Word’ workshop. The year group was split into two groups to learn a play in a day all about Ancient Greece and Greek Mythology. The children used a range of performance skills and practised their parts. At the end of the day Year 4 performed the play to an audience of parents and carers. They were able to build upon their knowledge they had acquired during their topic on Greece in the autumn term.

The staff working alongside the pupils said it was fantastic to see the children applying their knowledge of Greece to a drama setting!


In Reception we looked at Australia and aboriginal art as part of our continuous provision building on what we learnt in Nursery.

We also looked at Chinese lanterns when learning about different faiths.