Music: secondary

BBC Bitesize - GCSE Music
Key stages: KS4 (appropriate for GCSE students)
Description: Easy to use. Simply select Edexcel, and follow a range of different pathways. There is theoretical information as well as detail for all linked musical genres and set works. Video and audio clips provide examples to watch and listen to and there are tests to work through so you can assess how much you have learnt. 
Registration: not required

BBC bitesize - GCSE Music - click here

BBC Ten Pieces Resources
Key Stages: KS3 and KS4
Description: Get creative with classical music, lots of activities for students to work through.
Registration: not required

BBC Ten Pieces Resources - click here

Key Stages: KS3 and KS4
Description: Noteflight is a free online notation editor to write your own music. It is an easy to use score based software, customizable, and ready to use anywhere you are, on any device.
Registration: is required

Noteflight Website - click here

Key stages: KS3 and KS4
Description: A comprehensive guide to orchestral instruments for students. Information and video clips with narration from members of the Philharmonic Orchestra. Hear the instruments and listen to the different instrument sections. 
Registration: not required

Philharmonia Website - click here

Chrome Soundation
Key stages: KS3 and KS4
Description: Free sequencing software which is great for students for composing music. The software is quite intuitive and there are lots of tutorials to help with the programme.
Registration: is required

Chrome Soundation Website - click here

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