Pupils learn to interpret and communicate the music accurately and thoughtfully. Pupils must submit two performances:
Pupils learn to create and develop musical ideas effectively by controlling and demonstrating understanding of musical elements. Pupils must submit two compositions:
Pupils learn how to listen to music and identify musical elements explaining how they are used. Pupils must complete:
Pupils taking GCSE music have access to instrument lessons paid for by school.
Performing 30% of the total marks – Coursework
Composing 30% of the total marks – Coursework
Appraising 40% of the total marks – Exam
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