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Explore our Music Opportunities

Our aim is to kindle a love of music from an early age. Music is a universal language and a powerful form of self-expression. It’s good for the brain and soothes the soul. Hence offering twice weekly music sessions for Nursery, Preschool and Acorns Toddler group.

watching your child gain confidence through their achievements is one of the great pleasures of being a parent or teacher, and performance is integral to this.


From your child’s first foray in the classroom, through informal concerts and assemblies, to musical productions, we normalise the risk-taking and collaboration of performance. The enjoyment and fulfilment children derive from music are evident in the music scholarships gained each year and the range of experiences embraced: 

  • Barnardo’s National Choir Finals at the Royal Festival Hall, London
  • The Merchant of Venice in Stratford upon Avon, with the Royal Shakespeare Company
  • Chamber Choir singing (and placing first) at Worcester Competitive Arts Festival and Cheltenham Festivals
  • Performing in Worcester Cathedral, at Huntingdon Hall and on local radio
  • Joining with the other RGS Schools to perform as a large group

Our facilities include:

  • two performance spaces
  • music room with a whiteboard
  • peripatetic teaching rooms  
  • a broad range of orchestral and percussion instruments
  • iPads to record performances and analyse progress as musicians

“there are inclusive orchestras and ensembles plus a chamber choir that recently attended the national choir festival.” – good schools guide

Musical Instruments and Clubs

Thanks to an excellent team of peripatetic music teachers, your child can choose from numerous musical instruments, including voice. Termly visits from the ABRSM allow your child to sit graded examinations in school.

We provide many opportunities to experience the joy of making music with others. Your son might join one of the specialist-led music clubs like String Group, Flute Group or Wind Band. Depending on her age, your daughter might join Junior or Senior Choir or the Music Club for Pre-Prep children. Communal singing is central at RGS The Grange. Your child will gather with others to explore the vast repertoire of hymns and songs, learning to sing in unison and in parts to enhance pitch awareness.

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