The outcome of a rich, varied music curriculum will be a musician who allows themselves to discover areas of strength, as well as areas they might like to improve upon. The integral nature of music and the learner creates an enormously rich palette from which a child may access fundamental abilities such as: achievement, self-confidence, interaction with and awareness of others, and self-reflection.

By the end of Key Stage 2 children at Thomas Jones will have developed greatly in their experience as a musician and this is evident through the compositions and performances they create. It is also evident through their confidence within the subject as both performer and appreciator.

Music will also develop an understanding of culture and history, both in relation to children individually, as well as ethnicities from across the world. Children are able to enjoy music in as many ways as they choose – either as listener, creator or performer. They can dissect music and comprehend its parts. They can sing and feel a pulse. They have an understanding of how to further develop skills less known to them, should they ever develop a stronger interest in a specific instrument or use of their voice going forwards.