Music at Greenside
Music for Mental Health
Whether you love to listen to music, join in singing, do some actions and dancing or make music of your own, music can make us feel good inside and out. Below are some songs chosen especially to celebrate Children's Mental Health Week from February 3rd to 9th February 2021 but you can enjoy them any time!
Feel-Good Song Lists
In the folder below, you will find child friendly playlists with songs to inspire and motivate you and make you feel happy. The lists include great tunes and catchy pop songs that you will know and some you might not. All are appropriate and suitable for primary age children. Enjoy!
Body Percussion Resources
Below are some fantastic body percussion resources you could use at home or in school. Simply follow the links below. They are sorted into EYFS/KS1 and KS2 but there is no reason why you can't try the resources from either folder.
The Greenside Songbook
Click on a song below to hear it being played with and without the words. Enjoy singing along!
Superstar Musicians of Greenside
Send us your video or audio clips of you singing along to the songs on this page or to songs of your own choice or playing an instrument. Let's showcase your superstar musical talent! Simply email your tier group email address with your clip.
Learn More About Musical Instruments
Click the videos below to learn about the different instruments that make up the orchestra. Which ones do you like the sound of? Which ones would you like to have a go at playing if you could?
Watch the videos of different types of orchestra playing, from ice to vegetables to robots!
Learn More About Musical Language
VE Day Sing-A- Long
Below you will find a link to Tom Carradine's VE Day Live 15 minute Sing-A-Long on YouTube which is happening on Thursday 7th May at 11am. The broadcast will then be available on his YouTube channel if you cannot make the live stream. Through the link, you will also find 3 of the songs separately to practise beforehand or afterwards. These are Run Rabbit Run, Mairzy Doats and Dozy Doats and We'll Meet Again. Please also see the attached song words. This resource is aimed at primary age pupils.